The great game : the emergence of Wall Street as a world power, 1653-2000 /

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Main Author: Gordon, John Steele.
Format: Book
Published:New York : Scribner, c1999.
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Table of Contents:
  • Prologue
  • 1.. "A Cloacina of All the Depravities of Human Nature"
  • 2.. "A Line of Separation between Honest Men and Knaves"
  • 3.. "That Tongue That Is Licking Up the Cream of Commerce"
  • 4.. "What Can Be the End of All This but Another General Collapse?"
  • 5.. "Vanity Fair Was No Longer a Dream"
  • 6.. "Who ... Could Blame Them for Doing What They Pleased?"
  • 7.. "The Bulls, Triumphant, Faced Their Foes"
  • 8.. "All You Have to Do Is Buy Cheap and Sell Dear"
  • 9.. "Have You Anything to Suggest?"
  • 10.. "Why Don't You Tell Them What to Do, Mr. Morgan?"
  • 11.. "Does This Happen Often?"
  • 12.. "The Stock Exchange Can Do Anything"
  • 13.. "Not Dick Whitney!"
  • 14.. "Wall Street Is ... Main Street"
  • 15.. "It's Time We Put In a Good Word for Greed"
  • Epilogue
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • Index

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