Navaho Political Development
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The persistence of the Navaho culture in the midst of America is important, but the competition between the two is the crucial factor. There is no implied concept of fairness in competition between cultures just as there is no concept of fairness in competition between species. If a promising mutation happens to be destroyed by an unusual phenomenon, the nature of things is not altered so that this particular potential- species could compete fairly. Fairness in competition is a concept created only to deal with man-made rules. Since no two cultures agree on a set of rules for their competition or agree to binding adjudication, there can be no fair or unfair conduct of the competition. Since none of the rules of nature can be broken by man, there needs to be no evaluation of accordance with those rules. That the Navaho culture has existed is exciting enough. Whether the future of the Navaho culture can be more clearly discussed in terms of synthesis or in terms of extinction is uncertain at this point. Whatever the outcome may be, the Navaho merely because they did exist, will continue their influence on the societies of Man.If you are not a current K College student, faculty, or staff member, email firstname.lastname@example.org to request access to this SIP.