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Most healing is a traditional way of consoling, caring, and comforting people
while they heal, and most sick-care a form of tolerance extended to the afflicted.
Only those cultures survive that provide a viable code that is adapted to a group's
Exploiting minorities sold liquor or preached religion to dull their victims, and
slaves took to the blues or to coca-chewing. But beyond a critical point of
exploitation, traditional economies which were built on the resources of the
human body ...
A sociopolitical image of death is imposed; people are deprived of their
traditional vision of what constitutes health and death. The self-image that gives
cohesion to their culture is dissolved, and atomized individuals can now be
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