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1 The Athenians refuse to rescind the former vote. The war is strongly advocated by Alcibiades, who wants to gain an empire and to pay his own debts. Thucydides thinks that This his wild courses went far to ruin the state. For not withstanding his extraordinary talents he extraordinary talents he was not trusted, and the conduct of the war was committed to inferior men.
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