Spring 2002

Download Featured Article: The Men Who Would be King By Claudia La Rocco 513.66 KB

Also in this Issue:

  • Book Review: Blood, Sweat and Tears: The Evolution of Work, by Richard Donkin
  • Forgotten Patriot: Elias Boudinot Fights for the Independence of the Nation and the Survival of the U.S. Mint, by Russell Roberts
  • The Jewish Colonial Trust: The History of Palestine's First Jewish Bank, by Sanford J. Mock
  • The John B. Henry Collection: A Curator's Tour of the Country's Foremost Collection of African Metal Monetary Sculpture, by Francine Farr
  • An Industry Within An Industry: Technology Transfer Helps Drive the Productivity and Profits of American Companies, by Andrew L. Ney and Marcia L. Rorke
  • A Penny Saved Is a Penny Earned: Sociologist Max Weber Draws a Correlation Between Capitalism and Protestantism, by Vanessa Drucker
  • Educators' Perspective: Wall Street (Gulp!) Advertises, by Dan Cooper and Brian Grinder

Summer 2021

Financial History, Issue 138

In this issue:

  • “The Feminization of Capital,” by Sarah C. Haan
  • "Inside Money: Brown Brothers Harriman and the American Way of Power," by Zachary Karabell
  • "A Cornerstone of Our Nation’s Economy: The Financial History of Infrastructure," by Gregory DL Morris

and more...