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> Taliban is not a tribe;
Well, hmm, that could be nitpicking. It is certainly a 'tribal
ego' which is what Ted said.
> But your point, IMO, is essentially correct: that tribalism is still
> prevalent and well. The response of the American people to Sept
> 11 might
> also be seen as tribal.
Yes, that was my point.
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