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1 In war we singly are a match for the Peloponnesian united; through we have no secrets and undergo no laborious training.
2 Or, 'perils such as our strength can bear;' or 'perils which are enough to daunt us.'
3 Or, 'perils such as our strength can bear;' or 'perils which are enough to daunt us.'
4 We are not enervated by culture, or vulgarised by wealth. We are all interested in public affairs, believing that nothing is lost by frce discussion. Our goodness to others springs not from interest, but from the generous confidence of freedom
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