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Resource ID: #16843
Subject: Historical Investigations
Source: New Yorker
Date: 2000-10-09



The writer raises doubts about legendary anthropologist Napoleon Chagnon's method of collecting data on one of the most remote tribes on earth -- Yanomami Indians. He also disagrees with some of the observations made by Chagnon in his book 'The Fierce People' which is a standard text in anthropology classes worldwide.

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