This is a reprint of the classical study by Pickard-Cambridge about Greece's most famous political orator, Demosthenes. It deals with his role in the last struggle of the Greeks for freedom against the Macedonian Empire.
- Prefatory Note
- Chronological Table
- The Youth and Training of Demosthenes
- Greece from 404 to 359
- The Athenian State in the Fourth Century B.C.
- The Beginning of Demosthenes' Career
- The Rise of Philip
- The Olynthian War
- The First Embassy to Philip
- The Second Embassy and the Peace of Philocrates
- The Nominal Peace and the Renewal of the War
- After Chæroneia
- Greece in the Absence of Alexander
- The Affair of Harpalus and the Lamian War