This week I give you a little about the most sophisticated society in North America – and possibly the world. When disaster hit, they clung to their faith but, more importantly, they held on to their social structure. This means that they recovered more quickly than other areas and never devolved into the mindless barbarism that consumed other places. Their religious fervor, however, serves to keep them from advancing. They are basically stuck in the mid-twentieth century. For now this gives them great advantages, but eventually the surrounding nations will catch up – and then surpass them.
Hope you enjoy this little slice of relative civilization.
Have a great weekend!
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