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On the Peace
 But now matters have taken such a turn that the Thebans are saving us and we them, and they are procuring allies for us and we for them.1 So that if we were sensible we should supply each other with money for our general assemblies; for the oftener we meet to deliberate the more do we promote the success of our rivals.
1 Not intentionally, but by our mistakes.