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I wish I could say this book teaches you how to not be governed, but no. It is a well-researched and quite readable historical/geographical narrative about Asian mountain people... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jane
Exactly what I was expecting! Great product - I would absolutely recommend this to anyone.Published 10 months ago by brittney little
lots of information about a society that did not conform to world socio-economic norms. very well written.Published 11 months ago by will crow
Good? Good? I'd say 'Very Good' (If not 'Great'). So there's no dust jacket . . . . I don't want dust anyway. Wonderful condition David. Thank you.Published 12 months ago by N. McMenemy
As a longtime professor of anarchism and democracy, did I learn a lot from this book! It provides a whole different angle on state building, also successful anarchy before states... Read morePublished 14 months ago by William J. Puka
This is a historical study of the symbiotic relationships between the rice-growing valley civilizations of south and east Asia and the hill tribes along their periphery until the... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Charles Bookman
James Scott is well-known among cultural anthropologists for this and other works which challenge some long-held assumptions and axioms about traditional social structures in... Read morePublished 20 months ago by R. Ross Rodgers
Scott’s fascinating study bears on everything we do, think and say. The arena for his inquiry is the valleys, rivers, hills and mountains of S.E. Asia. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Stephen C. Baer