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Just weeks after opening in April 1992, the $5 billion Euro Disneyland outside of Paris was in trouble. Ten percent of its employees had quit, protesting farmers blocked the entrance with tractors, and critics condemned the pollution of French culture. By August, annual attendance projections were slashed by millions; by 1994 there were rumors of bankruptcy. How could Disney, a