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Review of Ultra Society: how 10,000 years of war made humans the greatest cooperators on earth, Beresta Books, LCC, Connecticut, 2016 by Peter Turchin

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Koyama, M. Review of Ultra Society: how 10,000 years of war made humans the greatest cooperators on earth, Beresta Books, LCC, Connecticut, 2016 by Peter Turchin. J Bioecon 18, 239–242 (2016). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10818-016-9234-7

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