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Most of us in the modern world don’t have to worry about starvation or invading armies.  We don’t need to be part of a tribe in order to survive and we don’t need to sacrifice for the…

Sebastian Junger on the Human Urge to Be Part of a 'Tribe'

Most of us in the modern world don’t have to worry about starvation or invading armies.  We don’t need to be part of a tribe in order to survive and we don’t need to sacrifice for the…

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