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Even Peons are People: Interplanetary Justice

by D. Pak

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“Last one round the Rock's a girlieMan!” Harry mindSpoke as he mounted his rocketRider.
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“Espionage is a dirty business,” she said, matter_of_factly, as she continued to trance_in to the files intently.
But now as Telford viewed the visual recollection from Harry's PoV, he realized that what he had just recorded could create a scandal of supernova proportions.
As chiefAccuserAdvocate, Demosthenes Draco was an elected public official and therefore had to be a consummate politician. This meant he had to know how to identify people not just by name but also by role. He had to know who were the greenlight men – the decision makers – and who were merely the lackeys.
Those who wanted strength, or even fitness, had to attend special centers with machines and weights to acquire the strength and energy that mere living had provided their ancient ancestors.
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