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读书笔记 III.27 How One Has to Unite a Divided City [...]

By the example of the Roman consuls who reconciled the Ardeans together, one notes the mode by which a divided city ought to be composed. That is none other than to kill the heads of the tumults; nor ought it to be healed otherwise. For it is necessary to pick one of three modes: either to kill them, as they did; or to remove them from the city; or to make them make peace together under obligations not to offend one another. Of these three modes, this last is most harmful, least certain, and most useless.

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