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Civilization and bartering share a symbiotic relationship. People always need things, products and services. Someone needs to come through for the community in times of emergency. All economic markets depended or originated from barter and trade. In tough times when money holds no value and space is limited, you must know what to keep on hand and what to leave. When natural and economic disaster scenarios become reality certain things must be kept on hand. These things bring value and personal comfort which also increase your chance of survival. * Got it? Good! * Here's to your health * Water And Food * Services And Much Much More! Take Action and Download Your Copy Today!
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John T. Carpenter is curator of Japanese art in the Department of Asian Art at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.