Fall 2007

Download Featured Article: The Panic of 1907 By Robert F. Bruner and Sean D. Carr 991.34 KB

Also in this Issue:

  • Bubbles and Busts: The Great Bull Markets of the 1920s and 1990s, by Eugene N. White
  • Reasonable and Just: The Brief, Busy History of the Interstate Commerce Commission, by Gregory DL Morris
  • The Modern Corporation and Private Property Turns Seventy-Five: The Modern Relevance of Berle and Means's Classic Text, by George David Smith
  • No Cash, No Problem: Consumer Credit and the U.S. Automobile Market, by Sally H. Clarke
  • Sharpstown: Texas Stock Fraud and Political Housecleaning, by Ron Hunka
  • Educators' Perspective: The Financial Legacy of Aaron Burr, by Brian Grinder and Dan Cooper
  • Book Review: The Box, by Marc Levinson
  • Book Review: The Forgotten Man, by Amity Shlaes

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...