As another financial crisis makes headlines today, the year 1929 remains the benchmark for true economic mayhem. Ahamed lays the blame for the 1929 ...Show synopsisAs another financial crisis makes headlines today, the year 1929 remains the benchmark for true economic mayhem. Ahamed lays the blame for the 1929 meltdown on a small number of central bankers--men as prominent in their time as Alan Greenspan is today.Hide synopsis
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The author has a knack for taking a dry subject and making it as interesting as a historical novel. This is a witty and interesting recount of the great men who changed Western economy in the early twentieth century and during World War I. It also offers a striking parallel to our own sudden economic failure. I put the book down and understood economic policy. Definitely a must-read for anyone concerned with the present crisis.
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