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But those who admonish and those who denounce cannot avoid using similar words, although their purposes are as opposite as they can be.1 You ought not, therefore, to have the same feeling towards all who use the same language but, while abhorring those who revile you to your harm as inimical to the state, you ought to commend those who admonish you for your good and to esteem them as the best of your fellow-citizens,

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