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Against the grain a deep history of the earliest states is a 2017 book by james c scott that sets out to undermine what he calls the standard civilizational narrative that suggests humans chose to live settled lives based on intensive agriculture because this made people safer and more prosperous instead he argues people had to be forced to live in the early states which were against the grain a deep history of the earliest states by james c scott tells a somewhat different story that will challenge everything youve been taught about ancient history for example by about 10000 bce small human communities had begun to form domesticating plants and animals irrigating crops and growing some of their own food start your review of against the grain a deep history of the earliest states write a review aug 05 2017 charles j rated it it was amazing this outstanding book by the anarchist tending academic james c scott might be but isnt subtitled barbarians are happier fatter and better looking the author does not believe the myth of once in a while a book comes along that so radically shifts your perspective and ways of thinking about a complex subject that it can only be called breathtaking against the grain a deep history of the earliest states 2017 by yale agrarian studies professor james c scott is one such bookagainst the grain a deep history of the earliest states james c scott an account of all the new and surprising evidence now available for the beginnings of the earliest civilizations that contradict the standard narrative why did humans abandon hunting and gathering for sedentary communities dependent on livestock and cereal grains and

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