Spring 2010

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Also in this Issue:

  • Why We Love Scandals, by Marc Hodak
  • William Duer and America's First Financial Scandal, by David J. Cowen
  • James Bowie's Louisiana Purchase Fraud and the Monclova Speculations, by Ron Hunka
  • How to Make a Dead Man: Murder, Fraud and Life Insurance in 19th-Century America, by Sharon Murphy
  • Political Horse-Trading Produces a "Miracle": A History of the Investment Company Act on its 70th Anniversary, by Matthew P. Fink
  • J.P. Morgan and the Montana Farming Corporation, by Dan Cooper and Brian Grinder
  • Book Review: The Grafters of America: Who They Are and How They Work by Clifton R. Wooldridge. Reviewed by Gregory DL Morris.
  • Book Review: The Day Wall Street Exploded: A Story of America in its First Age of Terror by Beverly Gage. Reviewed by James P. Prout.

Summer 2016

Financial History, Issue 118

In this issue:

  • The First US Gold Rush: North Carolina, by Andrew D. Schmidt
  • The First SEC? The Capital Issues Committee, by Jerry W. Markham
  • From the Dustbowl to the Federal Reserve: Andrew Brimmer Breaks the Fed's Color Barrier, by Gregory DL Morris

and more...

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