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B. Pre-industrial Societies

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Anthropologists have described numerous indigenous cultures that evince significant elements of mutualism. They include the Inuit of the Canadian Arctic, the Mbuti of the rain forests of Zaire in Central Africa, the Zuni in the deserts of Southeastern United States, the Arapesh of the New Guinea mountains, and the Lepcha in the mountain villages of Nepal, to name but a few. The peaceful attitudes of these communities are not due to a different essence or genetic makeup that differentiates them from the rest of humanity, but to generations of conscious decisions and daily efforts to nurture a harmonious way of life.

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