By: Shackle, C.
fabulous, a must-read!
Reviewer: Longhorn Reviewer
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By: Acharya, Gunvantrai Popatbhai
If you like the sea and jungle stories written by Gunvantray Acharya than you can
not miss this 2 part books in this book one brave Gujarati MAN lost in African
jungle. very interesting story.
Reviewer: Ashraf Agakhani
By: Griffith, Nanci.
This is a beautiful recording. We've been looking for works done by B.F. Deal
records - Mike Williams. Nanci sung backup for him on another recording, also a
favorite of ours. We are so happy to find these are preserved at UT. Thank you - our
search has not been in vain.
Reviewer: Bruce and Elaine Pollock - Wisconsin
By: Jared Diamond
This Pulitzer Prize winner addresses the question as to why human development
proceeded at different rates on different continents and why some groups of people
came to dominate others. It asks the question: "Why did wealth and power become
distributed as they are now, rather than in some other way?" The author examines
interactions among disparate peoples at various times in history, and proposes that
the answers lie not in inate ability, but in the early domestication of wild plants
and animals and other benefits of environment and location. Not only is there an
advantage gained by feeding nonfarming specialists for scholarship, government, and
the military, but the nasty germs developed by those who lived with livestock became
very potent weapons when the "civilized" came into contact with the
Reviewer: Bill Grosskopf