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1 i.e. reactionaries. Cf. on 562 D, p. 306, note b, Aeschines iii. 168, and 566 Cμισόδημος. The whole passage perhaps illustrates the “disharmony” between Plato's upperclass sympathies and his liberal philosophy.
2 So the Attic orators frequently say that a popular jury was deceived. Cf. also Aristoph.Acharn. 515-516.
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