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Because of their traditional knowledge honed over millennia, “tribes are uniquely positioned to lead the way,” wrote University of Oregon researchers in an article at the Conversation.
As Americans increasingly identify themselves as members of warring tribes, they’re less likely to see virtue in any candidate from the other side and far more likely to vote a straight ticket.
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The remaining two-thirds are run by tribes or locally elected school boards, which have greater freedom to craft reopening plans and purchase distance-learning equipment.
Here are the stories of some of the people who have found their tribe in BPI.
We, as a global tribe of travelers, need to understand the implications of our personal decisions right now—whether that’s attending a large gathering in a neighbor’s backyard or hopping on a Labor Day flight.
Khaldūn believed that solidarity had its foundations in kinship but extended to tribes and even nations.
Assimilation into one’s tribe required assimilation into the group’s ideological belief system – regardless of whether it was grounded in science or superstition.
"I bought them boots to wear only when I go into genteel society," said one of the codfish tribe, to a wag, the other day.
This Isthmus has a circuit of fully five hundred leagues and is occupied by the Soriquois tribe.
They wage war as a tribe on account of wrongs done to a private individual.

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