Burning Down the House: How Greed, Deceit, and Bitter Revenge Destroyed E. F. Hutton

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Summit Books, 1990 - Social Science - 305 pages
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Like Barbarians at the Gate, this story of how greed, deceit, and bitter revenge destroyed E.F. Hutton is a fast, lively and dramatic tale of ambition, betrayal, and power run amok. Sterngold's portrait of the collapse is as riveting as a suspense novel. Photographs.

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The last of the three major accounts of the prestigious brokerage house's demise, this book rivals Mark Stevens's Sudden Death: The Rise and Fall of E.F. Hutton ( LJ 6/15/89), and surpasses Donna ... Read full review

Contents

PREFACE
13
HOSTAGE TO THE PAST
17
MARRYING WELL
26
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