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Hi Joe Dees -
>Another paper you might enjoy is Samuel Huntington's paper THE CLASH OF
>CIVILIZATIONS, that was so universally lauded that it led to hi writing
>his monumental book. It is to be found at:
I like this-
"cultural characteristics and differences are less mutable and hence less
easily compromised and resolved than political and economic ones"
- which points to memes being, perhaps, not quite so maleable as we might
think. You might get a muslim to buy Adidas, but, not to bow to the
north. And don't try to take away my hot chocolate....
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