The Future of Futura

The Future of Futura - 24 February 2009 The Future of...

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Unformatted text preview: 24 February 2009 The Future of Futura Due to current instability and an extensive history of violence, it has become necessary to re-evaluate the political and demographical future of the country known as Futura. The countrys borders are arranged in something resembling a rectangle. A mountain range runs vertically through its approximate center while a river, flowing from east to west, virtually cuts the country in half. For all intents and purposes, these geographic features separate the state neatly into four pieces. This number proves convenient as the states populace is divided into four hostile factions. These factions, however, are not entirely unique. Half the population belongs to the same religion while half the population belongs to the same religion. The tribal boundaries of these groups render any effort to achieve peace solely through redrawing boundaries ineffective. One would have to divide Futura into 16 countries, and it is doubtful that simply renaming a t ribal boundary a state border...
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This note was uploaded on 05/26/2011 for the course GEOG 1101 taught by Professor Connor during the Spring '08 term at UGA.

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