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This is an important book which demonstrates why tribal peoples are not relics living in the past, condemned to unavoidable oblivion. Nor are they museum artefacts to be catalogued and marvelled at. Tribal peoples can offer us, purportedly the 'civilised' ones, examples of successfully adapted lifestyles and viable approaches to more sustainable and harmonious societies.
At a time of deep and unremitting crisis in the world's predominant socio-economic system, with no viable solution from within its own functional alternative models, tribal peoples remain a powerful source of hope for a better future.
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