CHAPTER XIII

Collectivization

Human society is a complex information system that reacts to any changes in the environment and “calculates” its own future. These processes are incredibly dynamic and unpredictable. However, some obvious patterns can not only be easily recognized but also modeled.

In the face of danger, people, like any other animal, succumb to their instincts. In a time of the crisis, the basic human instinct leads to the creation of such a unique social phenomenon as collectivization. In this chapter, you will see the destructive effect that this event will cause in society.

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