"Let my servants be few & secret: they shall rule the many and the
"Date et dabitur vobis." - "Give and it will be given unto you."
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Over the past 6 years, Dagobert's Revenge has grown into a powerful phenomenon, influencing writers, publishers, filmmakers, musicians, and thousands of armchair intellectuals who have read it and had their lives changed. Minds have been opened, horizons have been broadened, and it is fair to say that an entire culture has been created around this phenomenon.
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