Is it possible for the “owner” of a tribal company (by this I mean the person who organized the venture from the beginning and secured all the required loans for equipment, shelter, utilites, etc. under his/her name) to have a functioning part WITHIN the business? Or would his/her day-to-day presence dissolve the “equality” needed amongst members to ensure a tribal cooperation/organization? (Basically, I can say “no” to a man who is my boss if I think a “no” is called for, but saying “no” to a man who laid the groundwork for our enterprise, without whom we would not have the backing to operate, is very different).
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