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For more than 100 years since its inception, the United States struggled through a variety of financial problems, crises, and would-be solutions to the problems of currency, credit and financial stability. On December 23, 1913, Woodrow Wilson signed into law the Federal Reserve Act, creating a "monster" patterned after the central banks of Europe yet still uniquely American. Throughout the years, this system has served the nation well. This is the first complete discussion of the workings of the system to date-the early history, organization, leadership, evolution and development, and major figures. Appendices include the original Federal Act (not readily available elsewhere) and numerous reference tables covering 1914-1989.
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Carl H. Moore has written multiple books about economic history. He lives in San Antonio, Texas.Review:
"for lower-division undergraduates and general readers interested in a general survey of the Federal Reserve history" -- Choice
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Book Description McFarland Publishing, 1990. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110899505031
Book Description McFarland Publishing, 1990. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0899505031