Was Debt A Key Factor Behind Social Inequality in the Early Cities of Mesopotamia And the Indus civilization ?

 David Graeber, an American anthropologist, says that creditors must own the “means to specify” what they are owed to convert debts into everlasting inequalities. In his book “Debt: the first 5,000 years”, David Graeber contends that everlasting economic inequalities arise when the payment of certain debts that could possibly be paid back are permanently anticipated. …

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