The principle underlying this document is the fact of evolution: that individuals, cultures, and their environments, are processes that constitute an intricate evolutionary system; the constituent processes that systematically seek their own sustainable prosperity (continuing plentiful endowment with the means of survival) will tend to attain it, and those that do not will tend not to attain it; the prosperous tend to survive, and the poor tend not to; and in time, these tendencies tend asymptotically toward absolutes, so that only those processes that seek, attain, and sustain prosperity survive.   Those responsible for this document - chiefly, its architect - seek herein to describe a social system whereby individuals can relate to one another in a manner which optimally promotes their sustained prosperity.

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