Tribe Helps Linguist Argue with Prevailing Theory
NPR, April 8, 2007. "Dan Everett has spent 30 years studying the language of a small Amazonian tribe, the Piraha. His findings are challenging long-held linguistic theories and stirring a sometimes-bitter debate." [Pirahã]

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