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[2] As for the kind of things which seem possible or impossible, we will discuss them later,1 for these topics are common to all kinds of rhetoric. Now men who commit wrong think they are most likely to be able to do so with impunity, if they are eloquent, business-like, experienced in judicial trials, if they have many friends, and if they are wealthy.

1 Book 2.19.

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