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What are three changes Solon made in Athens?

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In an attempt to give something to appease all citizens, he gave something to all:
Debt slavery was abolished, and he bought back those sold to other cities.
Existing debts were rationalised to restore certainty to the small landowners most prone to failure and loss of land.
Citizens were classified according to income so that everyone knew their place.
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