Book Excerpt IX

When Raphael had thus made an end of speaking, though many things occurred to me, both concerning the manners and laws of that people, that seemed very absurd, as well in their way of making war, as in their notions of religion and divine matters–together with several other particulars, but chiefly what seemed the foundation of all the rest, their living in common, without the use of money…

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