Johnson, Robert Irwin
THE culture of every nation is an amalgam of indigenous and
exotic ideas. In a new nation--especially one which has been
colonized by a parent nation, as distinct from a federation of
local ethnic groups--the proportion of ideas newly borrowed from
elsewhere is usually high. Some ideas may be introduced
discretely, as points of detail; others in complexes, as more or
less complete institutions.
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