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today North America, tomorrow the world

used to ​express the ​hope that ​success already ​achieved in one ​place will be ​continued in other ​places in the ​future: "We've just about ​cornered the ​market in ​Europe." "Well, today ​Europe, ​tomorrow the ​world".
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