Now I have come before you and spoken this discourse, believing that if we will only imitate our ancestors we shall both deliver ourselves from our present ills and become the saviors, not of Athens alone, but of all the Hellenes;1 but it is for you to weigh all that I have said and cast your votes according to your judgement of what is best for Athens.

1 See General Introduction p. xxxii.

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