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Comrades in an in-group have never forced these on each other.

So far as sympathy was developed at all, it was in the in-group, between comrades.

You'd have formed your own in-group, as prisoners, dedicated to your own welfare.

This control by the in-group over its members makes for solidity and impenetrability in its relations with the out-group.

He describes the transition from contacts of the out-group to those of the in-group, or from remote to intimate relations.

These exigencies also make government and law in the in-group, in order to prevent quarrels and enforce discipline.

In the in-group it was so far from being an act of hostility, or veiled impropriety, that it was applied to the closest kin.

Another use of cannibalism in the in-group is to annihilate one who has broken an important taboo.

Cannibalism was so primordial in the mores that it has two forms, one for the in-group, the other for the out-group.

What is lacking is an authority which can impose commands on the in-group and extrude blood revenge from it.

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