The Amish Effect: Unique cultural strengths help Plain Sect businesses thrive

 

Amish scholar Don Kraybill calls it a riddle, or a paradox.

How can the Amish be such successful entrepreneurs today, when they end their formal education at eighth grade and forswear so much of the paraphernalia of modern life?

Source: The Amish Effect: Unique cultural strengths help Plain Sect businesses thrive | Local Business | lancasteronline.com 

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