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If all along, men of Athens, we had been as peaceful as at this moment, playing into the hands of no politician,On subservience to politicians see Dem. 3.30-32, the reference is to Aeschines; the opening lines seem to refer to the Amphissian War of 339 B.C. and its sequels: Dem. 17.142-153. I believe that the events which now have happened would never have taken place and that in many other respects we should be in better shape. But of late, because of the high-handedness of some men, it is impossible either to come forward or speak, or in general to get in a word.For organized interruptions in the Assembly see Dem. 13.20 and Dem. 2.29-30.