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[13] Nor indeed will you incur the enmity of any of the citizens if you reject him; for it is by no means one party, but both, that he has manifestly betrayed, so that he can claim friendship neither with those who were in the town (for he did not think fit to stand by them in their peril), nor with those who occupied the Peiraeus, since he did not consent to return even with them; and that, too, when he was, as he asserts, a townsman!1

1 The text here is very doubtful. The meaning seems to be that he claims to be a citizen in the fullest sense, yet has not shown any of the feelings of a citizen. He and any associates of his are utterly disloyal.

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