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This direct dealing of the borrower and lender, with its direct exchange, was more economic and efficient that another which demanded a third person who gave to the land-worker, in exchange for his tithe, a currency token which the land-worker gave to the State.
I remembered that a most efficient sliding-scale of payment was to be found in the tithe, and in the metayer system; whereby the land-worker gave a fixed proportion of his yearly harvest.
That the Father is the husbandman, georgos -- the land-worker.
In order to subsist in the capitalists’ world, the land-worker had to obtain money by selling his produce in a market.