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Hi Keith Henson -
>If you want to actually reduce these low probability events, then getting
>people integrated into a tribal structure may be the best
>approach. Alienated young men have always been a problem.
Yup. And why is that sad but true? What is it about tribalism that also
wounds freedom? Or is that a western bias?
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