The Clash of the Cultures by John C. Bogle download in iPad, ePub, pdf
The Indians lived very close to nature. It was easy to live together. Huntington sees Islamic civilization as a potential ally to China, both having more revisionist goals and sharing common conflicts with other civilizations, especially the West. Countries with a non-Orthodox majority are usually excluded e. The first Europeans to settle in the New England area of the Northeast wanted land.
And the Quakers, unwelcome in England, settled in Pennsylvania. In England, and most other countries, land meant wealth. He believed they were destroying it. On the other hand, the Indians believed that no one could own land. Both groups found this relationship to be successful.
This idea was foreign to the Indians. They taught the settlers how to plant corn and other crops. The settlers arrived on the east coast of North America. These clashes of cultures would continue as more and more Europeans arrived. Yet problems began almost immediately.
The book concludes with ten simple rules that will help investors meet their financial goals. The results have of course been outstanding. And smallpox was only one disease brought from Europe. According to Huntington, a torn country must meet three requirements to redefine its civilizational identity.
They might grow crops in an area for a few years. The issue is where we go from here. In The Clash of the Cultures, he urges a return to the common sense principles of long-term investing. Provocative and refreshingly candid, this book discusses Mr.
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