When some of the younger men wanted to rush the guards, even if they died in the effort, what did the older people counsel? (chapter 3)
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Answered by jill d #170087
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But the older men begged their sons not to be foolish: "We mustn't give up hope, even now as the sword hangs over our heads. So taught our s a g e s … "