1. Reading #26: vlog series of incremental readings from 'Debt The First 5000 Years'

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    Reading #26, pp. 82-84 /ends p. 84 @ ' . . . or until he should pay back all he owed, which in this case comes down to the same thing.'/ _______ This is a vlog series of incremental book readings from David Graeber’s much discussed book, 'Debt The First 5000 Years', published by Melville House Books. Each reading will be between five and fifteen minutes long (and obviously in order, from the beginning of the book to the end). I generally wish to record and present each reading as unedited as possible (as I would read, that is, if in the same room). _____________

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    • Reading #25: vlog series of incremental readings from 'Debt The First 5000 Years'

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      Reading #25, pp. 79-82 /ends p. 82 @ "The most famous of these is the Law of Jubilee: a law that stipulated that all debts would be automatically cancelled 'in the Sabbath year' (that is, after seven years had passed), and that all who languished in bondage owing to such debts would be released."/ _______ This is a vlog series of incremental book readings from David Graeber’s much discussed book, 'Debt The First 5000 Years', published by Melville House Books. Each reading will be between five and fifteen minutes long (and obviously in order, from the beginning of the book to the end). I generally wish to record and present each reading as unedited as possible (as I would read, that is, if in the same room). _____________

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      • Reading #24: vlog series of incremental readings from 'Debt The First 5000 Years'

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        Reading #24, beginning of Chapter 4, pp. 75-79 /ends p. 79/ _______ This is a vlog series of incremental book readings from David Graeber’s much discussed book, 'Debt The First 5000 Years', published by Melville House Books. Each reading will be between five and fifteen minutes long (and obviously in order, from the beginning of the book to the end). I generally wish to record and present each reading as unedited as possible (as I would read, that is, if in the same room). _____________

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        • Reading #23: vlog series of incremental readings from 'Debt The First 5000 Years'

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          Reading #23, beginning of Chapter 4, pp. 73-75 /ends p. 75 @ 'In other words, the battle between state and market, between governments and merchants is not inherent to the human condition.'/ _______ This is a vlog series of incremental book readings from David Graeber’s much discussed book, 'Debt The First 5000 Years', published by Melville House Books. Each reading will be between five and fifteen minutes long (and obviously in order, from the beginning of the book to the end). I generally wish to record and present each reading as unedited as possible (as I would read, that is, if in the same room). _____________

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          • Reading #22: vlog series of incremental readings from 'Debt The First 5000 Years'

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            Reading #22, pp. 69-71 /ends @ end of Chapter 3, p. 71/ _______ This is a vlog series of incremental book readings from David Graeber’s much discussed book, 'Debt The First 5000 Years', published by Melville House Books. Each reading will be between five and fifteen minutes long (and obviously in order, from the beginning of the book to the end). I generally wish to record and present each reading as unedited as possible (as I would read, that is, if in the same room). _____________

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            • Reading #21: vlog series of incremental readings from 'Debt The First 5000 Years'

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              Reading #21, pp. 65-69 /ends @ end of subsection on page p. 69/ _______ This is a vlog series of incremental book readings from David Graeber’s much discussed book, 'Debt The First 5000 Years', published by Melville House Books. Each reading will be between five and fifteen minutes long (and obviously in order, from the beginning of the book to the end). I generally wish to record and present each reading as unedited as possible (as I would read, that is, if in the same room). _____________

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              • Reading #20: vlog series of incremental readings from 'Debt The First 5000 Years'

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                I am a little tongue-tied in parts of this reading, apologies. Reading #20, pp. 62-65 /ends @ end of subsection, bottom of page p. 65/ _______ This is a vlog series of incremental book readings from David Graeber’s much discussed book, 'Debt The First 5000 Years', published by Melville House Books. Each reading will be between five and fifteen minutes long (and obviously in order, from the beginning of the book to the end). I generally wish to record and present each reading as unedited as possible (as I would read, that is, if in the same room). _____________

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                • Reading #19: vlog series of incremental readings from 'Debt The First 5000 Years'

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                  Reading #19, pp. 60-62 /ends @ end of subsection at the top of page p. 62./ _______ This is a vlog series of incremental book readings from David Graeber’s much discussed book, 'Debt The First 5000 Years', published by Melville House Books. Each reading will be between five and fifteen minutes long (and obviously in order, from the beginning of the book to the end). I generally wish to record and present each reading as unedited as possible (as I would read, that is, if in the same room). _____________

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                  • Reading #18: vlog series of incremental readings from 'Debt The First 5000 Years'

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                    Reading #18, pp. 57-60 /ends p. 60 @" . . . Philip Grierson, who in the 70s, first suggested that money might first have emerged from early legal practice.''/ _______ This is a vlog series of incremental book readings from David Graeber’s much discussed book, 'Debt The First 5000 Years', published by Melville House Books. Each reading will be between five and fifteen minutes long (and obviously in order, from the beginning of the book to the end). I generally wish to record and present each reading as unedited as possible (as I would read, that is, if in the same room). _____________

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                    • Reading #17: vlog series of incremental readings from 'Debt The First 5000 Years'

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                      Reading #17, pp. 52-57 /ends last paragraph, p. 57 @' . . . but that they are essential to the very nature and history of human thought.'/ _______ This is a vlog series of incremental book readings from David Graeber’s much discussed book, 'Debt The First 5000 Years', published by Melville House Books. Each reading will be between five and fifteen minutes long (and obviously in order, from the beginning of the book to the end). I generally wish to record and present each reading as unedited as possible (as I would read, that is, if in the same room). _____________

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