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Review essay in the London Review of Books, 24th January 2008, “When we were nice” by Steven Mithen, in which he discusses On Deep History and the Brain by Daniel Lord Smail; a book which proposes a neuro-chemical approach to history based on paleo-neo-lithic social formations. Highly provocative for historians, if not the most thoughtful of reviews.
This contrasted with parallel titles of the same names which contained conventional hardboiled crime fiction. ,
Given the sensitive nature of DNA evidence, officers should always contact their laboratory personnel or evidence collection technicians when collection questions arise. ,
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