Federal Reserve System, Its Origin and Growth. Reflections and Recollections (2 volumes)

By: Warburg, Paul M.

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B00CJEHYKE xx, 851, viii, 899 pages. Index. Reflections and recollections of Paul Warburg [1868 - 1932], considered by many to have been the main driver behind the establishment of the Federal Reserve System. Warburg was reluctant to publish this work until, in the autumn of 1928, "I became convinced that the Federal Reserve System had entered upon a gravely critical period in its career, and that for the discussion about to ensue it was highly important that certain vital facts in the origin and growth of the System be adequately understood." - viii. Gilt lettering upon spines. Relatively few library markings. Volume I bears wrinkle to title page and bit of ink underlining to p. xiii. Average wear to navy cloth. Dust soiling to top edges. Bindings intact. A sound first printing copy of this important chronicle of early twentieth century American central bank history. MASUI p.1431.

Title: Federal Reserve System, Its Origin and Growth. Reflections and Recollections (2 volumes)

Author Name: Warburg, Paul M.

Categories: History, Economics, Conspiracy,

Edition: First Printing

Publisher: New York, The Macmillan Company: 1930

ISBN Number: B00CJEHYKE

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 169H4101

Keywords: Federal Reserve System, The Fed, History, Nelson Aldrich, Jekyll Island, Central Banking - United States, Federal Reserve Act, Owen-Glass Bill, Daddy Warbucks, An Adventure in Constructive Finance, Carter Glass,