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[945e] Wherefore it is most necessary that the examiners should be men of admirably complete virtue. Let us contrive to bring them into being in some such way as this:—Every year, after the summer solstice,1 the whole State must assemble at the common precincts of Helios and Apollo, there to present before the god the names of three out of their own number,—

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