A Chartalist Critique of John Locke's Theory of Property, Accumulation, and Money: or, is it Moral to Trade Your Nuts for Gold?
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Keywordsaccumulation; chartalism; debt; exchange; Locke; money; privilege; property; spoilage; taxes;
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