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    Very highly recommended

    Have just re-read this after a gap of about a decade and it blew my mind once again! Reckon a shortened version of this (plus any updates & critiques) should be textbook reading in all high isn't perfect but IS very good, addresses so many of the questions one develops when growing up about why the international world is the way it is, and also challenges so many of the oversimplistic, facile-but-wrong (and usually inherently racist) explanations that one finds promulgated and widely accepted even now. Only complaint: would have loved to see a further-updated version incorporating newer technologies & more recently discovered archaeological support for Diamond's findings?... A bundled edition with update PLUS any major critiques of his thesis (if in fact there are any?) would have been even better! But the work as it stands is still amazing.
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    good to know the facts

    This is a piece of art that sheds a the needed light on the many questions posed by many on why we are what we are and the world we live in now.

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