By Clifford Geertz
"Peddlers and Princes is, like a lot of Geertz's different writing, eminently worthwhile . . . Case research and broader conception are introduced jointly in an illuminating marriage."—Donald Hindley, Annals of the yankee Academy of Political and Social technology
"What makes the booklet interesting is the author's capability to narrate his anthropological findings to questions of crucial quandary to the economist . . . "—H. G. Johnson, magazine of Political financial system
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