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The Evolution of Human Societies From Foraging Group to Agrarian State

By: Allen W Johnson and Timothy Earle
440 pages, 11 line diagrams7 tables1 map
The Evolution of Human Societies
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Seeks to describe and explain the growth in complexity of human societies. The authors show that the interconnected processes of technological change and population growth result in three related processes - intensification, integration and stratification - that transform human societies over time.

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By: Allen W Johnson and Timothy Earle
440 pages, 11 line diagrams7 tables1 map
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