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Being a lover of history man after man really is something i enjoyed it is about the changing face of mankind and future history something i enjoy very much. Man after man an anthropology of the future is a 1990 speculative evolution book written by scottish geologist dougal dixon and illustrated by philip hood the book also features a foreword by brian aldiss man after man explores a hypothetical future path of human evolution set from 200 years in the future to 5 million years in the future with several future human species evolving through . This bar code number lets you verify that youre getting exactly the right version or edition of a book the 13 digit and 10 digit formats both work. Usage note traditionally many writers have used man and words derived from it to designate any or all of the human race regardless of sex in fact this is the oldest use of the word in old english the principal sense of man was a human and the words wer and wyf or waepman and wifman were used to refer to a male human and a female human respectively. In some cases in the 70s and 80s the brazilian government did try to establish peaceful contact with indigenous people often with the aim of forced assimilation or relocation
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