Q&A: should peasants, who don’t have a home, pledge their eldest child as security for any loans?

Question by 9/11: Nazi / NATO Manifesto: should peasants, who don’t have a home, pledge their eldest child as security for any loans?

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Answer by Flyingpigsandotherfinepeople
No, their youngest.

The eldest is closer to striking out on their own, and can’t help the stupidity their parents get into.

Also, most parents care more about their younger children then their elder children. At least, if you were saying
“Give me X child, and it’ll count towards your security loan.” It’ll pull at their heart strings and make them actually work towards keeping it up harder if it’s their youngest.

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