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[23] Again, Cicero often speaks of his suppression of the Catilinarian conspiracy, but either attributes his success to the [p. 169] courage shown by the senate or to the providence of the immortal gods. If he puts forward stronger claims to merit, it is generally when speaking against his enemies and detractors; for he was bound to defend his actions when they were denounced as discreditable.

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