The normal stages into which history is divided and the Australian exception
|dc.description.abstract||In an Australian woodland setting, Alan Macfarlane describes the usual types of human civilizations – hunters, tribesmen, peasants and industrialists – and the way in which Australia went rapidly from the first to the fourth without going through the middle two.||en|
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|dc.title||The normal stages into which history is divided and the Australian exception||en|
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