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  • Title: World Economy: Lecture XII
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    • gift-money. Gift-money, fundamentally speaking, is all that is
    • Gift-money, again, is all that is spent on endowments and the like
    • depends on purchase-money, gift-money simply becomes valueless. It
    • loses its value. Gift-money is the opposite of purchase-money, as we
    • gift-money. Now to comprehend the relation between these three,
    • gift-money. Nor can it be any different in the case of that closed
    • must gradually pass over entirely into gift-money. Loaned money must
    • Loaned money, therefore, passes over into gift-money. So it must be in
    • where gift-money is working? It loses its value. Thus we may say, if
    • gift-money.
    • as it becomes loaned money or gift-money. But we mask this fact if we
    • money or as gift-money. And we do not foresee, when somebody who is an
    • wrongly transformed from loaned money into gift-money and pays his
    • purchase-money and gift-money, though in reality these three are
    • gift-money and the renewal of money. Take the case of one who has
    • first place, gift-money, which is the oldest, must be handed over to
    • gift-money. And when anything occurs which would otherwise have had to
    • purchase-money, loaned money or gift-money. These things will adjust
  • Title: World Economy: Lecture XIV
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    • as purchase-money, loaned money and gift-money, the peculiar qualities

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