Fall 2014

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Also in this Issue:

  • Capitalism and the Common Good, by Holly Beretto and Gregory DL Morris
  • Unforgiven: America's Controversial Attempt to Collect Repayment of WWI Debt, by Michael A. Martorelli
  • Ace Greenberg: Tribute to a Wall Street Legend, by Bart Ward
  • Ukraine and Russia: "You Break It, You Bought It," by Joseph Blocher and Mitu Gulati
  • Crossing Party Lines to Resolve the S&L Crisis of the 1980s, by Muriel Watkins
  • When Competition Was a Dirty Word, by Brian Grinder and Dan Cooper
  • Connecting to Collections: Depression-Era Scrip, by Davida Herschkopf
  • Book Review: America's Fiscal Constitution: Its Triumph and Collapse by Bill White. Reviewed by Robert E. Wright.

Spring 2022

Financial History, Issue 141

In this issue:

  • "Ways and Means: Trading with the Enemy," by Roger Lowenstein
  • "When WPPSS Went Whoops," by Michael A. Martorelli
  • "Forging the US Mint from the Words of Alexander Hamilton," by Eric Brothers

and more...