The Federal Reserve Act: Making the American Banking System Stronger

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The American banking system after the Civil War was not centralized but rather functioned independently in different geographical areas. Policies were not coordinated to insure that the money supply was sufficient to keep governments and businesses running properly. Through the efforts of the progressives, the Federal Reserve Act was passed to devise and implement a plan to stave off problems in currency, policies, and the money supply.

The Federal Reserve Act: Making the American Banking System Stronger 2006, Rosen Publishing Group

ISBN-13: 9781404208636

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The Federal Reserve ACT: Making the American Banking System Stronger 2004, Rosen Central, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9781404201965

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