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Edited By: S Kent
140 pages, 31 figs
An essentially ethnographic analysis of the role of hunters across a wide-range of small-scale farming societies from the American southwest and Amazonia to Africa, New Guinea, and the Philippines.
Paperback re-issue, originally published in 1989.
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