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By Daniel Lord Smail

As a Europe grew wealthy within the heart a while, the well-made outfits, linens, and wares of families frequently substituted for challenging forex. Pawnbrokers stored items in movement, and sergeants of the legislation marched into borrowers’ houses to grab property equivalent in worth to bills owed. David Smail describes a fabric international at the cusp of contemporary capitalism.

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