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"At this grave crisis in the history of our country, you have been offered a peculiarly desirable gift, a gift almost too opportune to be of human origin: it almost seems heaven-sent. For you have been given a unique chance to make your Senatorial Order less unpopular, and to set right the damaged reputation of these courts." (37)

"He returned from his province - and then, instantly, he tried to buy up the whole panel of judges!" (43)

"I accuse Gaius Verres of committing many acts of lechery and brutality against the citizens and allies of Rome and many crimes against God and man." (57)

"Yet amid all this oppression there is more free speech than ever, at any rate at social gatherings and parties." (63)

"Should one stay in one's country even if it is under totalitarian rule?" (80)

"Yet come one, come all, the Ides of March are a consolation. Our...

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