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But since I have mentioned the revision of the lists and the measures proposed by Demophilus,1 I wish to cite a certain other illustration in this connection. For this Demophilus had previously brought in a measure of the following sort: he declared that there were certain men who were attempting to bribe the members of the popular assembly and the courts as well—the same assertion that Nicostratus also has made very recently. Some cases under this charge have been in the courts, others are still pending.

1 Demophilus was the author of the proposition to revise the citizen lists.

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