After the Seventh Day: The World Man Created
Simon and Schuster, 1961 - 448 pages
History of what man has done to master his environment, which draws some vigorous conclusions for the present and the future.
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Introduction HOW MANY OIL DRUMS BOSS?
PING THE JUNGLE KING
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