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What is the next thing that can rightly be said?

You mean, do you not, on the side of the lawgiver?


This is what he will say: “Give me the State under a monarchy;1 and let the monarch be young, and possessed by nature of a good memory, quick intelligence, courage and nobility of manner; and let that quality, which we formerly mentioned2 as the necessary accompaniment of all the parts of virtue, attend now also

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