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Interesting and informative book about origins of money and how different the reality is from that promoted by conventional economics. Draws on history, ethnography, economics and sociology (and probably other disciplines) to introduce and explore key concepts around money, banking, debt and more, highlighting the importance of developing accepted means of exchanging assets and debts. Each chapter tackles a different aspect of analysis in its specific historical and social context.
Engaging and wide-ranging.
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Only reached chapter 11 but so far chapter 8, 9 and 10 have been cut short. Whilst the content of the book is good unfortunately I'm unable to enjoy it.