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Opportunity for all enemies of a prominent join in procuring his downfall. simply an occasion for an attack. man to The accusation was The verdict was not on the accusation, it was on the whole life of the man; it was a vote of confidence or non-confidence given by the people as a political career in England 1 ••• , result of their observation of his a vote of the same kind as that which given at a general election. is illustrated by the fact that bribery was so much more in the law courts than at elections.

Of facts bearing on these They would i. , who and we collects a number eraipeicu. member whenever he was would be not as a member of a give their support to a candidate for an office, but it political party but as personal friends ; though it is, of course, never possible entirely to separate the two things. 3—2 INTRODUCTION. 36 have every reason to suppose that some of them at least were innocent of the charges brought against them. Historians have been shocked by this. It pains us to see the Athenians condemning their of peculation.

4 Pol. ii. 5 Pol. viii. 5, 11, 1273 a ; 1305 a . vi. 9, 1294 b ; vii. 2, 1317 b ; vii. 2, 1318\ Objections Considered. INTRODUCTION. 16 add, it was democratic. It would require some very strong proofs to justify us in putting aside the almost unanimous verdict of the Greeks themselves on a point on which they had complete experience and of which we have no knowledge except what we gain from them. When 1 then a modern historian informs us that election by lot was not a democratic but an oligarchic institution, and that it was introduced at Athens not to strengthen the democracy but to temper and make it it less repugnant to the defeated oligarchs, we look for some very weighty reasons to The paradox has been stated justify the paradox.

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