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The Dawn of Everything by Wengrow and Graeber

This massive anthropological and sociological and archeological treatise on the development of human society is as ambitious as that sounds, and for the most part, largely, unbelievably, and altho it bogs down somewhat in certain sections, it succeeds - and succeeds especially in proving some fantastic and crucial points about what our foundational myths get wrong.


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