Of Debt and Taxes

December 14, 2011

By Mark Yost, The Wall Street Journal

The Occupy Wall Street movement marched over to 48 Wall St. last week and stopped in at the Museum of American Finance to make a point about the devastation of foreclosures. But if media interviews are at all accurate, many of them hopefully stayed behind to educate themselves and take in "Checks and Balances," a new exhibit that focuses on five presidents—George Washington, Andrew Jackson, Abraham Lincoln, Woodrow Wilson and Franklin Delano Roosevelt—and how they dealt with the economic challenges of their day.


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