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 //"​These Arawaks of the Bahama Islands were much like Indians on the mainland, who were remarkable for their hospitality,​ their belief in sharing.”//​((http://​columbuslandfall.com/​ccnav/​diario.shtml)) //"​These Arawaks of the Bahama Islands were much like Indians on the mainland, who were remarkable for their hospitality,​ their belief in sharing.”//​((http://​columbuslandfall.com/​ccnav/​diario.shtml))
  
-It's important to note that, although almost every occurrence of moneyless societies later ceded to monetised economies, it demonstrates that, without predatory interference and scarcity, humans tend to organise themselves in this way. Presumably, ​without accounting rigours and within a prevailing culture of sharing, it's the easiest way of organising.+It's important to note that, although almost every occurrence of moneyless societies later ceded to monetised economies, it demonstrates that, without predatory interference and scarcity, humans tend to organise themselves in this way. Presumably, within a prevailing culture of sharing, and without the rigours of accounting, it's the easiest way of organising.
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