In Brief

As today's entrepreneurs try to hone the most innovative and groundbreaking ideas, perhaps they could learn a thing or two from those in Lancaster.

There’s a certain nostalgia in the United States, of the early days before industry when farming and handcraft prevailed. As technology and modern assembly lines shifted the focus of American enterprise, many rural communities preserved these hardworking values and traditions, practicing cultural trades that have since been sustained for generations. Even as today’s entrepreneurs try to hone the most innovative and groundbreaking ideas in a tough economic environment, perhaps they could learn a thing or two from the Amish.

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