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One of the sadder sentences I've seen lately:

"Orban, creating the program as a public servant, received no additional income from the success of the plan"

From following the link to his article, it does look like it helped his career some at least.

How do you figure? He was an academic. He became a dean two or three years after receiving his PhD, which is extraordinarily successful. If he was just in it for the money, he probably would have stayed in the U.S. to begin with.

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