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Financial History

Issue 133 (Spring 2020)

Published on in “History, Business”, language — English. 44 pages.
This issue features "Pandemics and Epidemics: Financial and Economic Effects," "Will Coronavirus and Economic Nationalism Reverse Two Centuries of Globalization?," "Dirty Water: Aaron Burr and the Manhattan Company," "The Importance of Oil in World War II," "Roger F. Murray: The Bridge Between Benjamin Graham and Modern Value Investing," "Centennial of Southwestern Oil & Gas Recalls Epic Bank Failures," "Where Are They Now? E.F. Hutton & Co." and "Wild West Finance: Johnson County Range War." More
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