Man the Hunter by Richard B. Lee and Irven Devore.
First published in 1968. This edition 1979. This publication was the first intensive survey of a single, crucial stage of human development-man's once universal hunting way of life. This book presents an original and arresting account of the origin of the human body in the environment of the tropical forest and its adaptation to the open plains of the old world. It also addresses a central problem of contemporary anthropology-the nature and appropriate analysis of economic life. Good condition.