Affluence Without Abundance: What We Can Learn from the World’s Most Successful
James Suzman | | Paperback
‘Insightful’ YUVAL NOAH HARARI ‘Fascinating’ SUNDAY TIMES ‘Elegant and absorbing’ FINANCIAL TIMES ‘Profoundly moving’ IRISH TIMES What can we learn from the Bushmen? If the success of a civilisation is measured by its endurance over time, then the Bushmen of the Kalahari are by far the most successful in human history. Anthropologist James Suzman spent twenty-five years in Southern Africa documenting their way of life and encounters with modern society, gathering invaluable lessons about work, wealth, happiness, equality and time.