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S. spent hundreds of millions of dollars per year supporting the Mujahideen, including arming them with shoulder-launched Stinger missiles capable of shooting down Soviet attack helicopters. The Caddo did hunt some deer and turkeys and they did gather some wild plants for food when that was easy. How Do Anthropologists Understand Other Peoples' Psychologies? For Aristotle and thinkers like him, it had nothing to do with markets or money or with wider notions of society.

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