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Thanks for this important discussion of play vs. work in the hunter-gatherer context. If you aren't already familiar with it, Limited Wants, Unlimited Means, edited by Gowdy is an excellent resource on h/g approaches to economics. As one forager is quoted saying, "Why work when there are so many mongongo nuts in the world?"
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