LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||14/JUL/2007 12:59 AM|
If they never ever were put togheter, we don´t would know if they would go bickering each other.
Experience says that countries that took in immigrants developed, since they have new ideas, fresh ideas; but obviously that people that are "well known in the city" have to maintain the status quo.
But, if immigrants didn´t came, that people would find other reasons or people to fight anyhow.
So, it´s more likely two people from different backgrounds don´t fight and exchange ideas, and both find answers to their questions and needs than people from the same background (so, there are people that we get on well more than one from our family).
Even though, are families that have a thick relationship, I must admit.
In any case isn´t a rule, there are exceptions to it, but continue to think that diversity is more interesting than unifying everything and everyone, an idea that didn´t went right as we know by the history.
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