1929: the year of the great crash

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Harper & Row, 1989 - Business & Economics - 393 pages
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Captures the drama of the economic climate of 1929, against a backdrop of the world economic and social picture, from the collectivization of Russian peasants to American millworkers striking for the right to unionize

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1929: the year of the great crash

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Having anatomized the tumultuous years of 1919 ( LJ 8/87) and 1941 ( LJ 10/1/88), Klingaman now turns his attention, and his ability to make history fascinating, to 1929, the year of the stock market ... Read full review

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A curiously familiar book, as the mix of public gullibility, investor optimism, Wall Street con games and lax regulation combined to create an environment in which millions of investors held millions ... Read full review

Contents

Election Day
3
Bitter Days of Winter
33
Dawn of a New Year
45
Copyright

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