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He kills, and the others gather for a feast of liver and blubber. This constant quest seems to be a central need of each human being. Was it treated as a sacred fluid, not to be polluted or adulterated except by an expert mixologist? It is part of the subdiscipline of cultural anthropology. Such people become informal leaders. Most often they are given authority by community consensus arrived at through casual discussion without the need for a formal vote.

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Publisher: Ulan Press (August 31, 2012)


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