Some Historical Roots of Racial and Cultural Superiority Tendencies

Generally speaking, whenever people share a lot in common, they clump up together if exposed to outsiders. At the same time, this commonality is also a matter of context in that, when left to themselves, they focus on differences rather on commonality and end up nagging, irritating, and gossiping about each other. Social engineers understand this, and work at the […]

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