Atlatl # 1 (1980)7
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- Atlatl Number 1, 1980
- On The Reasons For Social Evolution In Mesoamerica: Intentions In The Models
- Sociobiology, Selfish Genes, and Human Behavior: A Bio-Cultural Critique
- Salt and The Maya: Major Prehispanic Trading Spheres
- Adaptive Strategies in Changing Cultural Environments