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Peter Worsley
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The Trumpet Shall Sound: A Study Of "Cargo" Cults In Melanesia

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Hardcover, 290 pages
Published January 1st 1957 by Macgibbon & Kee
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Peter Maurice Worsley is a noted sociologist and social anthropologist from Birkenhead, UK.
He is a major figure in both anthropology and sociology, and is noted for introducing the term "Third World" into English. He not only made theoretical and ethnographic contributions, but also was regarded as a key founding member of the New Left.

Worsley started reading English at Cambridge but his studies...more
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