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Aristotle, Economics, Book 2, section 1350a (search)
he slaves they possessed, with the exception of one male and one female apiece, should be sold on behalf of the State, which was thus enabled to raise a loan from private citizens.Or: "that citizens should sell to the state what slaves they possessed . . . as the equivalent of a loan from private persons to the city ." Callistratus, when in Macedonia, caused the harbor-dues, which were usually sold for twenty talents, to produce twice as much. For noticing that only the wealthier men were accustomed to buy them because the sureties for the twenty talents were obliged to show talent for talent,he issued a proclamation that anyone might buy the dues on furnishing securities for one-third of the amount, or as much mo