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- Title: World Economy: Lecture XII
- purchase-money the money we use to buy anything which
- economic process, is loaned money quite the same as purchase-money? If
- you are considering purchase-money you will have to ask: How does
- purchase-money come into existence among all the other elements of
- how that which acts as purchase-money gradually emerges out of what is
- purchase-money. For in the case of purchase-money you have no other
- changes. In addition to exchange-money or purchase-money we have
- purchase-money; for him it becomes working capital.*
- is fundamentally different from purchase-money. Except for the fact
- original properties are left when purchase-money is transferred to the
- depends on purchase-money, gift-money simply becomes valueless. It
- loses its value. Gift-money is the opposite of purchase-money, as we
- one another; purchase-money, loaned money and
- not be allowed to be dammed back into purchase-money, so as to disturb
- we take the domain of purchase-money, the money will here represent a
- have been if he had paid them, say, out of pure purchase-money.
- purchase-money, the less will he be able to give them that is
- good purchase-money, needless to say. But now suppose that you are an
- purchase-money it still retains its former value. Nor need you
- purchase-money and gift-money, though in reality these three are
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- Title: World Economy: Lecture XIV
- as purchase-money, loaned money and gift-money, the peculiar qualities
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