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Financial History

Issue 131 (Fall 2019)

Published on in “History, Business”, language — English. 40 pages.
This issue features “US Presidents and the Federal Reserve,” "From Crash to Scrip: The Stock Market Collapse of 1929 and the Rise of Fake Money,” "An Entrepreneur’s Beginning: The Origins of TD Ameritrade and the Value of Free Enterprise," "Ohio Life Insurance and Trust Company: How Oversight and Fraud Contributed to the Panic of 1857," "Revisiting Keynes’ Economic Consequences,” "Where Are They Now?: The First Boston Corporation" and "Frank Norris' 'The Pit' (Part 2): A Career Cut Short." More
Financial History is the quarterly membership magazine of the Museum of American Finance. It is the internationally-recognized source for the history of commerce and the development of the American capital markets. More
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