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Mom, can I go fishing with Daddy?
No honey. We have to stay to cook and sew our family. This is how I was raised and this is how you will be raised.
Okay, I understand.
It is a part of our culture. We have to do what we need to do to survive.
Daddy I caught one!!!
Pull it in!
A traditional economy relies on customs, history, and time-honored beliefs.
We'll trade you this corn for that rabbit.
Everyone is aware of what role they play in contributing to the economy.
That's enough, son. We don't need to waste our time on things we don't need.
Traditional economies depend on agriculture, fishing, hunting, and gathering.
Pack up guys. It's time to go.
Yeah, it's getting too cold over here. Let's go that way, I saw a herd of bulls go over there.
Traditional economies don't use any currency; instead, they use barter and trade.
Traditional economies only produce what they require. Most will make what they need and no more.
Some traditional economy families are nomadic. They regularly move a lot to follow migration or seasonal patterns of food growth.
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