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Society as It should have been
The Amish have it good. They have their own rule set which nobody interferes with. You would think that Amish around the country would be widely different, but the fact remains that there is very little difference (well, some but not a lot really). They have small clustered communities that work together for the common good. They share most things that are large that require the entire village to help create. Communities are known to travel abroad to help one another. They take pride in their homes, their families and their production as a "mini-society." Local governments take precedence over any sort of large distributed system, yet the network of assistance and communication is still there. There is peace and tranquility among the groups because new communities are formed based on a commonly known set of philosophical ideas and guidelines.
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