I'm curious if anyone knows where the oft-quoted, rarely cited statement that "anthropology is the handmaiden of colonialism" originated. I've seen it cited in reference to an article by Levi-Strauss about "Anthropology: Its Achievements and Future" (1966, Current Anthropology), but that article doesn't actually contain those words.
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