What, if any are the lessons to be learned by students of history from Prices book?
An anthropologist is a great investigator. Just as a sculptor removes piece by piece from a stone block, to chisel ultimately a perfect statue, an anthropologist scores the achieves, sieves through the records, travels extensively, drafts questionnaires and gets the answers from the expected and unexpected quarters, and comes to his conclusions. His vision and mission is to find out the truth about the subject... To sum up my personal response the question, “What if any, are the lessons to be learned by of history from Price’s Book,” I as under:1. A student must learn lessons of history from a...