By: Richard B Lee (Foreword By)
342 pages, Figs, tabs, maps
For roughly 99% of their existence on Earth, Homo sapiens lived as small bands of hunter-gatherers in societies that appear to have solved problems of production, distribution, social equity, and environmental sustainability that our own culture seems incapable of addressing. This book examines the hunter-gatherer society and lifestyle, providing a brief introduction to the rich literature on non-agricultural societies.
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