At this Brutus was very angry, and in his letters to Atticus attacked Cicero, saying that in paying court to Caesar through fear of Antony he was plainly not obtaining liberty for his country, but wooing a kind master for himself.1 However, Brutus took up Cicero's son who was studying philosophy at Athens, gave him a command, and achieved many successes through his instrumentality.2
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