MAN'S WAY by Ralph & Adelin Linton
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MAN'S WAY

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An excellent anthropology book for use in schoolroom and library and/or general informational reading. The burning issues of race origins, innate superiorities, and superior races are here discussed from the scientist's point of view. Great quantities of well-formulated information -- the vastly complex and differing cultures of man from the most primitive and ancient to speculative beginnings, the primitive existing tribes like the Australian aborigines, the widely assorted cultures of the modern day. Fascinating reading too for parents and teachers. A calm, documented book.

Pub Date: Sept. 17th, 1947
Publisher: Harper