Dartmouth prof. finds limited federal power helped ancient culture avert expansion through brutality
The Wari, an ancestor culture to the Incas that flourished throughout the Andean Highlands, expanded their reign largely through trade and semiautonomous colonies, rather than through the iron fist of conquest and centralized control, new research suggests.
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