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[4] Yet common parentage and common upbringing are strong ties of affection,1 for even brute beasts reared together feel a natural yearning for one another. Besides, our fellow-men respect those of us who have brothers more than those who have none, and are less ready to quarrel with them.”

1 Cyropaedia II. i. 28.

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