The Rise of Money and Class Society: The Contributions of John F. Henry
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KeywordsNature of Money; Chartalism; Metallism; Origins of Money; Origins of Coinage; Inequality; Class; Ideology; Religious Ideology; State Formation; State Theory of Money; Modern Money Theory;
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