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But what contributed most to their good government of the state was that of the two recognized kinds of equality—that which makes the same award to all alike and that which gives to each man his due1—they did not fail to grasp which was the more serviceable; but, rejecting as unjust that which holds that the good and the bad are worthy of the same honors,

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    • Aristotle, Politics, 5.1301a
    • Isocrates, To Nicocles, 14
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    • Plato, Laws, 757b
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