Ambassador from Wall Street: The Story of Thomas W. Lamont, J.P. Morgan's Chief Executive


The son of a Methodist parson, Lamont became an economic giant who helped establish US economic policy through his financial, political, and social connections. Wilson and FDR were among the political leaders who relied on his sense of international banking while Benito Mussolini foolishly ignored his words of caution. Photos.

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