The Territorial Imperative A Personal Inquiry into the Animal Origins of Property and Nations

By: Ardrey, Robert

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Collins London 1971. Based on his understanding of the animal world the author examins the relation between the individual and the group, showing that organized society in all fields depends upon an even balance between order and disorder. Ardrey's book is brilliant fertile, and exciting for without fully understanding ourselves we cannot hope to build a new future, free of argument and free of war. purple cloth covered end boards in near fine condition. Dust jacket condition minor soiling upper verso edge. Illustrated with drawings by Berdine Ardrey. 390pp. 235 x 150mm

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