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Archival copies of the journal of the Radical Anthropology Group, issued yearly since 2007 in October. The journal is a forum for discussing the political lessons that can be drawn from anthropology's knowledge of the range of human possibilities.\ud Anti-copyright: all material may be freely reproduced for non-commercial purposes, but please mention Radical Anthropology.
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    2. Turnbull, C. 1961 [1993]. The Forest People. London: Pimlico, p.87.

    3. Lewis, J. 2012. Technological leapfrogging in the Congo Basin. Pygmies and geographic positioning systems in Central Africa: What has happened and where is it going? African Study Monographs Supplementary Issue 43: 15-44. http:// jambo.africa.kyoto-u.ac.jp/kiroku/asm_ suppl/abstracts/pdf/ASM_s43/2.LEWIS.pdf

    11. Butler, J. 2011. For and Against Precarity. Tidal: Occupy theory, Occupy strategy 1: 12-13.

    12. Powers, N. 2012. NEW SG Interview: John Cooper QC - Legal Advisor To Occupy London. Available online (accessed 29/7 2012): http://suicidegirlsblog.com/ blog/new-sg-interview-john-cooper-qc--- legal-advisor-to-occupy-london/

    13. The Bible, Matthew 21:12.

    14. RBS boss Stephen Hester rejects £1m bonus. BBC, Jan 30 2012. Available online (accessed 30/7 2012): http://www.bbc.co.uk/ news/uk-16783571

    15. See Occupied Times, Issue #16 (August 2012) for several articles on this matter.

    16. Strathern, M. 1987. An Awkward Relationship: The Case of Feminism and Anthropology. Signs 12: 276-292.

    17. Benjamin, W. 1978. Reflections: essays, aphorisms, autobiographical writings. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.

    18. Editorial, the Occupied Times of London, Issue #11, March 1 2012. Available online (accessed 29/7-2012): http:// theoccupiedtimes.co.uk/?p=2532

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