Chapter 33: Sixth Century Political Economy

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Chapter 33: Sixth Century Political Economy
After the feast Hank and the peasants sit down for a discussion of economics and politics. Hank tries to explain that wages are not as important as purchasing power. He fails to convince them. In frustration Hank takes to discussion further trying to discredited the use of the pillory. He goes too far and now has a group of frightened peasants that no longer trust him.
 
 

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