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Lessons from the Great Conversation

“But the greatest credit which Drusus got for kindness and justice towards the people was, that he never seemed to propose any law for his own advantage; he committed the charge of seeing the colonies rightly settled to other commissioners…”

-Commentary on the virtues of Drusus; Plutarch, Caius Gracchus, Lives of the Noble Grecians and Romans (c. 75-100 AD)

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