Objects & Places from The Theory of the Leisure Class

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Object Descriptions

Andamans - This place is used as an example of a place with a primitive savage culture.

Europe - This place is used as an example of where class distinction began in feudal times.

Japan - This place is used as an example of the existence of classes.

India - This place, with its caste system, is given as an example of the existence of a rigid class structure.

Polynesia - This place is used as an example of the existence of different classes.

Iceland - This place is used as an example of the existence of different class structures.

Hawaii - This place is used as an example of a place where beautiful and ornate items are produced.

China - This place is used as an example of a country that practices ancestor worship.

Africa - This place is used as an example of a country...

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