The little professor
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- May 3, 2011
Most of them aren't 16 either. When you see documentaries of people who've never had the choice, it's people who are raised with Western cultural structures, but with very poor implementation, such as refugee camps, and slums just outside cities. The people living in the bush, who are very far away from any city infrastructure, usually have access to city culture, but generally choose to spend very little time there.Non-sequitur: Most of them have never even had the choice.
You seem to think you're all-knowing. You should be able to access the data yourself.Data?
While everyone else kept moving on? Arbitrarily? The Amish are one of a few dozen groups that were offshoots of the Anabaptists that date from the Protestant Reformation. They decided that the best way to deal with the problems of daily life, was to establish workable systems for their own communities, and stick to them.The Amish didn't reject the Western cultural paradigm, they just arbitrarily decided to stop advancing their technology beyond a certain point.