Sparta as victor

@inproceedings{Lewis1994SpartaAV,
  title={Sparta as victor},
  author={David M. Lewis},
  year={1994}
}
THE LEADER OF GREECE The Greek world had long been accustomed to a situation in which there had been two sources of power, Athens and Sparta. The disappearance of Athenian power left the determination of the future to Sparta. Theoretically, the future was clear. The Spartans and their allies had fought the Peloponnesian War for the freedom of Greece and the day on which Lysander sailed into the Piraeus and the demolition of Athens’ Long Walls began was seen as the beginning of that freedom (Xen… 
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