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Furthermore, it is easy to judge of my purpose from the fact that in most of the discourses1 which I have written, you will find that I condemn oligarchies and special privileges, while I commend equal rights and democratic governments—not all of them, but those which are well-ordered, praising them not indiscriminately, but on just and reasonable grounds.

1 See especially Isoc. 4.105 ff.; General Introduction p. xxxviii.

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