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It’s All Tribalism, Son

What we generally know: in the U.S. at least, there’s a sharp decline in religion. Religion definitely isn’t for everyone, but it’s a way of social organization and community building, for sure. By some measure, 75% of American adults don’t really know any of their neighbors. Many white-collar jobs have been working from home, or periodically to often from home, for close to two years now — and service/retail/hospitality/etc. jobs that had to be…

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Ted Bauer

Ted Bauer

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