The Crisis

By these reasons, they were enlisted of the sector richest of populao' ' (FINLEY, old and modern Democracy, P. 97). The widening of the citizenship, according to this author, is closely on to the birth of the Athenian maritime empire, about a century after Slon, raising to the condition of citizen-warriors until whom nothing or little they possuam as marine of the most powerful fleet of the Greek world. It has that if to call attention for the fact of that Atenas did not enjoy of the splendid valve of escape of the Greek world: it did not opt to the external option of the settling, tonic of many cities during the Archaic period, but it was aguerriu the power of reformularization of its internal laws to solve the crisis. Richard Blumenthal brings even more insight to the discussion. Since the transforming reforms of Slon (that they had been essential, in the direction to substitute a structure oligarchical politics for a fixed principle, based in the law) until the establishment of the democracy such which for Clstenes, what it is perceived is one sped up process of consolidation of the new institutions and decurrent values of certain more general and old trends that we point: ' ' isonomia' ' in the Greek world, the equality in relation to the nmos and the common identities of a collective (or body of citizens) that it is felt pertaining to one bigger social political unit, the city-state. to the measure that this city-state if consolidates as model politician the collective combat in the phalanx tends to consolidate itself; it is a consequence and a constituent element of these transformations. It would not delay very so that the participant layers of the war also demanded the participation politics. The next step would be the isocracia, the democracy, the equality specifically in the level of the relations politics But this belongs to the other quarrel. Michael Ramlet has compatible beliefs.