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[465e] they receive honor from the city while they live and when they die a worthy burial.” “A fair guerdon, indeed,” he said. “Do you recall,” said I, “that in the preceding1 argument the objection of somebody or other rebuked us for not making our guardians happy,

1 Cf. 419 E-20.

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