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Malcolm Gladwell and Ellsworth Huntington

Submitted by on February 11, 2011 – 6:07 am 2 Comments |  
In this week’s New Yorker magazine, Malcolm Gladwell explains how Ellsworth Huntington created his maps showing “level of civilization,” discussed in the previous post. He simply queried 213 scholars in twenty-seven countries. Twenty-five of his respondents were from the United States. None was from west of the Minnesota or south of the Ohio River

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