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‘For a juniour senator

such as yourself, there will need

to be a great deal of time

before you can exert any influence

over the governing of our land.’

‘But sir it’s not our land, but our

people which we rule.’

‘No, ours is a dominion

that is ancient and profound, one.  We

fight with the wills of others, to do

build something greater than

simply the powers of choice, we

build something of dirt and skin

and teeth and that is of what we