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In the kingdom of the world the standard of greatness has always been power. The test is: How many people does a man control? How great a body of employees can he be Boss of? On how many people can he impose his will? How many millions does the CEO make? How big are his stock options? How many toys does he own? How much property does he possess? How large and numerous are his homes and how lavishly are they arrayed? How many diamonds and jewels has he given his wife? Which Ivy League schools do his children attend? Eventually, Galba was to sum up the heathen idea of kingship and greatness when he said "now that I am Emperor I can do whatever I like, and I can do it to anyone I want."

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