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Expropriating Peoples

  • Michael Taillard
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Abstract

Conflict results when people have different, incompatible, and irreconcilable views about the way things should be. It should come as no surprise, then, that people with dramatically different worldviews are more likely to create conflict with each other than people who agree on both the goal and the methods by which to achieve that goal. People naturally share ideas and cultures when they come into contact with each other, and there are specific methods by which societies evolve. By taking advantage of these and accelerating the processes, minds can be changed so that the views people are altered to be more alike, thereby eliminating the desire to go into conflict at all.

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  • Michael Taillard
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  1. 1.Economics Strategy ConsultantBeulahUSA

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