Geography on Human Destiny by Roderick Peattie

Geography on Human Destiny

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This necessitates the revision of any conception of geography you were ever taught or which you ever held, for here the concern is with environmentalism with human psychology, with nations, and communities, with European and American problems and what brought them about, with conservation in America -- in fact and in short -- with all sorts of things that you may never have associated with geography. The author is the brother of Donald Culross Peattie, and following fraternal footsteps gives a fresh approach to a timeworn study. Adult in content and form, and for a thinking public.

Pub Date: Nov. 15th, 1940
Publisher: George W. Stewart