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FOUNDATIONS OF SOUTH AMERICAN CULTURES Human life forms did not
evolve in the New World, despite certain claims to the contrary which have never
been taken seriously by most scholars. Man migrated from Siberia to Alaska, ...
(F.C.B.) VI. Cultural life and institutions THE CULTURAL MILIEU The roots of
Soviet literature and arts lie deep in folk traditions. The vast extent, multinational
nature, and varied history of the area that was to become the Soviet Union
CULTURAL LIFE AND INSTITUTIONS The cultural milieu. The long periods of
foreign, and particularly Ottoman, rule contributed little to the development of a
national culture. Education was confined to a few, who maintained the country's ...
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