|Nuclear family, shared DNA|
|Problems of scale and inter-relatedness|
Then what? One approach recognizes we are genetically nearly the same, all one big family that can live in harmony. (The Kumbayah theory) The other main approach recognizes that we are genetically varied and calls for competition and markets. The flaw I see in Ottawa and Washington is that the competition is split into parties and only one party is in power at a time. When you go downtown to buy groceries, you don't expect all grocery stores to be shut except one for the next four years. Let's find a way to encourage more internal markets within parties.