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LARIDA, ALTRIYELLE AUBREY P. The six stages propel nation building by showing how the opposing alliances which is the peasants and herdsmen unite and become stronger as one. Even though the peasants are being defeated by their enemy at first, it became their motivation to work harder as a team in order to become stronger. But then, it was not easy because their supplies of foods are costly to be brought in the desert. Then, the truce made way to the acceptance of the peasants for their unsuccessful attempts at revolt. The herdsmen were regarded as protectors and savior, not as robbers and murderers. There then arises the sense of unity, they learn to understand each other and the net of physical interrelations become stronger. Surplus became the tribute of the peasants to the herdsmen to relive them from the irregularities in the method of taxation. And in the other hand, the herdsmen need no longer to business and any expense and labor in short, to subdue the peasants by paying tributes and offering free labor. In exchange of the tribute of the peasants, the

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