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Ifugao Law

-Roy Franklin Barton

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This little paper shows how a people having no vestige of constituted authority or government, and therefore living in literal anarchy, dwell in comparative peace and security of life and property. This is owing to the fact that their homogeneity and to the fact that their law is based entirely on custom and taboo.

Year Publish: 1919

Language: English

Categories: Non-Fiction, Ethnology


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