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[51] No, this man considered the city his enemy, and your enemies his friends; both of these points I will maintain by many evidences, showing that their mutual disputes were not concerned with your advantage but with their own, in the contest of their two parties1 as to which should have the administration and control the city.

1 i.e., the extremists led by Critias, and the moderates led by Theramenes.

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