anonymous
  • anonymous
Which of these excerpts is one of the main arguments in Jack London's "The Human Drift"? The history of civilization is a history of wandering, sword in hand, in search of food. As soon as [man's] evolution permitted, he made himself better devices for killing than the old natural ones of fang and claw. And yet, despite this terrible roll of death, there are to-day alive on the planet a billion and three quarters of human beings. And to this day, [man's] finest creative energy and technical skill are devoted to the same old task of making better and ever better killing weapons.
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vera_ewing
  • vera_ewing
Did you read "The Human Drift" ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
i have never read it.
vera_ewing
  • vera_ewing
Well in order to answer this question, you have to read it, or at least read a summary!

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