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The faufreluche system was meant to provide some sort of order for the way in which humanity related with one another, both to maintain order and civility, and to keep certain groups under control within the Imperium. However, it attempted to minimise alienation of individuals or minorities by catering for everyone: The catchphrase of the faufreluche system was "A place for every man and every man in his place."
 
The faufreluche system was meant to provide some sort of order for the way in which humanity related with one another, both to maintain order and civility, and to keep certain groups under control within the Imperium. However, it attempted to minimise alienation of individuals or minorities by catering for everyone: The catchphrase of the faufreluche system was "A place for every man and every man in his place."
   
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== Behind the Scenes ==
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''Quote reference: [[Dune]] by [[Frank Herbert]], 1965.''
 
''Quote reference: [[Dune]] by [[Frank Herbert]], 1965.''
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[[Category:Terms and meanings]]

Revision as of 09:12, 2 December 2006

Faufreluches was a term commonly used to describe the class system employed during the days of the Old Imperium.

The faufreluche system was meant to provide some sort of order for the way in which humanity related with one another, both to maintain order and civility, and to keep certain groups under control within the Imperium. However, it attempted to minimise alienation of individuals or minorities by catering for everyone: The catchphrase of the faufreluche system was "A place for every man and every man in his place."

Behind the Scenes

Quote reference: Dune by Frank Herbert, 1965.

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