Spring 2005

Download Featured Article: Alexander Hamilton and the Birth of a Captial Market By Robert E. Wright 413.35 KB

Also in this Issue:

  • The Rise and Fall of the Glass-Steagall Act: The Demise of the Act that Defined Banking Since 1933, by Scott B. MacDonald
  • The Fight Against Counterfeiting: A brief history of Counterfeiting in the U.S., from Colonial Notes to Today's Modern Money, by Tamar Anolic
  • A Long View of the Capital Markets: Identifying the Major Differences Between Modern and Historic Markets, by William J. Bernstein.
  • Oliver Pollock: Forgotten Financier of the American Revolution, by Russell Roberts
  • A Pathway to Peace: Corn Sales to the Soviets, by Bruce Weitzman
  • Educators' Perspective: The Flu Pandemic, the Flow of Information and the Financial Markets of 1918, by Brian Grinder and Dan Cooper
  • Book Review: An Empire of Wealth, by John Steele Gordon

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...