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A story about a town with paper cut-outs as its inhabitants.
A boy named Ditor has to rally a mob and overthrow President Crit, who resides in The Newsroom, the tallest building in Newstown
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In the years following the Obama administration, the United States of Americas economy has utterly failed - the first domino to fall. The majority of Asia, Europe, South America, and Africas economies have also collapsed, resulting in the push by the United Nations for a global government and...
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