Last updated by The POOG on August 08, 2020
It is in most cases, easier to assemble a jigsaw puzzle when one has the picture on the box of the completed puzzle to refer to. This article lays out the picture from a high level perspective. From this, we will work on two levels.
The first level is the picture itself. The second level is the detailed examination of each of the pieces of the puzzle and a determination of how they fit together. Puzzles are static. Human behaviour and social constructs are dynamic. In the end, we may end up with a template of political structure built on dynamic iteration.
Money and power are in a sense fungible.