I tried something I had'nt thought of before today. I had a bunch of cities on a far away continent that were almost , but not entirely corrupt. I had them build workers, then sold the workers to other civs for cash. I also razed some cities during a war, and I sold those workers too. I noticed, by the way, that the AI would pay more for them one at a time than in bunches. Question is , does that make sense, Or would I get more cash by just setting the semi-useless corrupt cities to wealth. Maybe it would be a good idea to sell your native workers that cost you upkeep, once you have developed all your productive land anyway. I always build lots and lots of workers because I think its worth it to get your territory producing sooner rather than later. What do you think?