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Such a gathering, if accompanied by drunkenness, is not free from disturbance, is it?

Certainly not; quite the reverse, I imagine.

So those people also need, in the first place, a commander?

Undoubtedly—they above all.

Should we, if possible, provide them with a commander who is imperturbable?


Naturally, also, he should be wise about social gatherings. For he has both to preserve

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