Monkeys and Political Leaders – The Seven Rules to Every Human-Simian Society

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After I moved to the northern jungles of Malaysia, I watched, observed, and studied from the safety of my window a troop of long-tail macaque monkeys in their natural habitat. More
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Language: American English
ISBN: 9781476152585
About Kenneth Szulczyk

Ken Szulczyk is a U.S. citizen who earned his doctorate in May 2007 from Texas A&M University, specializing in environmental and natural resource economics. He extensively traveled across the world, and has lived in four foreign countries, which were Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Malaysia. He moves from place to place, teaching economics and searching for the perfect place to retire.

Ken Szulczyk has published five peer-reviewed articles in the areas of biofuels and bioenergy. He also wrote three non-academic books: The Rise of the Insane State, The Big Adventure in Little Bosnia, and The Second American Revolution. The Rise of the Insane State explains what is happening to the United States economy, while the other two books are novels.

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Review by: Bastiat Benoit Crup on Nov. 18, 2012 :
Review by: Bastiat Benoit Crup on Nov. 18, 2012 : (Remove)
Quite captivating and well written. Thank you for the glimpse into an amazing edge of the jungle life. You describe the monkeys dominance hierchy very well...the dominant male and his cronies rule a lot like a dictatorship and one could only wish that they had a system more like Jefferson had in mind. - I would like to say one thing to the author not feed sugar and white flour products to the monkeys. They are quite susceptible to diabetes and it will also give them sugar highs and lows. - You could substitute dry dog food with protein, vitamins and minerals, which would be much better for their health. Also you can buy monkey chow buscuits from Mazuri at a very reasonable cost. Whole wheat crackers, with no sugar or whole grain bread, also sugar free, would also be good substitutes. Yams and sweet potatoes, raw, are also good. - Thank you again for the delightful monkey tale.
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