Unnatural History

Mano, D. Keith
August 1975
National Review;8/1/1975, Vol. 27 Issue 29, p835
Discusses the publication of left-liberal articles in the April 1975 issue of 'Natural History' magazine. Inclusion of an article by Morton Fried, which hypothesizes that the tribal structure was invented by encroaching colonial states; Arthur W. Galston's article on electrical current in plants; Articles about vanishing ethnic traditions.


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