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Persons Associated with Traitors and Enemies, Work of an Invader, Arthashastra
Persons Associated with Traitors and Enemies is one of the important steps taken by the invader in case of ensuring the peace of his own people and differentiating him from the traitors as well as the traitors. Chapter VI of Book IX in Arthashastra enlists a number of methods with which the conqueror can differentiate between his men who are loyal to him and the one who are associated with the enemies and the traitors mixed in disguise with the people of the conqueror.

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