Original publication date: 1956
Original publisher: New York, Funk &Wagnalls Company
Publication status: Out of print
A post WWII adventurer on a one-man mission to save a small bit of the world from Communism, Clark organises his own one-person Peace Corps unit in Hunzaland a decade ahead of JFK. Clark is a geologist by profession. The book is filled with detailed observations that prove as revealing of the mid-20th century American mentality as they are of the Hunzakut and of Hunzaland. To speed downloading the section of glossy black and white photographs in this book are provided as an additional download.
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