Debt: The First 5,000 Years

Two typos in the first 87 pages makes me decide to stop reading this. The premise is interesting, some of the bits good, but not worth subjecting my eyes to misspellings (“convwersation” on page 16 and “aother” on page 87).
Premise is that barter only existed for people trading with others they didn’t know well, but that credit among societies was in existence forever. Cash was invented later, with states creating markets.