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But perhaps some might object to what I have said on the ground that I praise the conditions of life as they were in those days, but neglect to explain the reasons why our forefathers managed so well both in their relations with each other and in their government of the state. Well, I have already touched upon that question,1 but in spite of that I shall now try to discuss it even more fully and more clearly.

1 In 20-27.

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