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[5] And by saying many things that suited well with Alexander's nature and desires he so far changed and softened his feelings that he advised the Athenians to give close attention to their affairs, since, if anything should happen to him, the leadership of Greece would properly fall to them.1 In private, too, he made Phocion his friend and guest, and showed him greater honour than most of his constant associates enjoyed.

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