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The cartoon strip Dilbert has emerged from a small daily strip eightyears ago to a multi-media and multi-million dollar titan. It nowappears in some 1,700 papers and Dilbert books are regularly onthe best-seller lists.

The hook of the strip is it’s main character, supposedly an alienatedand somewhat nerdy white-collar worker toiling in an absurdbureaucracy. Newsweek has called the strip the worst PR forcorporate America since the Exxon Valdez oil spill.

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