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2 They are worthy of their hire. Cf. on 347 A. It is a strange misapprehension to speak of Plato as careless of the welfare of the masses. His aristocracy is one of social service, not of selfish enjoyment of wealth and power.
3 This is precisely Aristophanes' distinction between beggary and honorable poverty, Plutus 552-553.
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