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Of all the book reviews, I thought the one about mine was the kindest and most subtle of the lot. Although Stephen Lekson had to adhere to the “pseudoarchaeology” topic, he is considered among his peers as a maverick of the mainstream. I actually respect his archaeological work and writing quite a bit, being both factually rich and entertaining. I quote him more than once in my own books. His book The Chaco Meridian poses a rather daring theory: A number of Ancestral Puebloan sites were constructed along the exact same longitude line. He believes theses ancient people had a wider migrational sphere of operations than most academic archaeologists are willing to admit.