Thai peasant personality, the patterning of interpersonal behavior in the village of Bang Chan

Berkeley: University of California Press, 1974. xii, 231p., later printing cloth boards in dj; corners of the casing are damp-damaged and have lost sizing (no mustiness), and there is abundant pencilled underlining and marginal notes by an earnest anthro student, jacket is OK and disguises the damage.

A UC grad informs us that Herb began to attract radical student attention in the late 60s when it was discovered that each time he returned from "research" in Thailand, he'd land in DC where a chauffered limo would take him to Langley; --for debriefing of course, and allegedly to supply information how to destroy Thai society. "Destroy their food supply," was Herb's reply (again, allegedly).

Cat.No: 92922

Price: $15.00

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