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[777a] declared that—“Of half their wits far-thundering Zeus bereaves
Those men on whom the day of bondage falls.
Hom. Od. 17.322Thus each party adopts a different attitude of mind: the one places no trust at all in the servant-class, but, treating them like brute beasts, with goads and whips they make the servants' souls not merely thrice but fifty times enslaved; whereas the other party act in precisely the opposite way.

Megillus
Just so.

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