The panic of '89

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Doubleday, 1987 - Fiction - 304 pages
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As with his international bestseller The Crash of '79, Paul Erdman has again combined his economic expertise and sheer storytelling talent to create an extraordinary new scenario of economic disaster that could very well become tomorrow's headlines.

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User Review  - HenriMoreaux - LibraryThing

Whilst this novel is a slightly slower pace than the Crash of '79 and The Last Days of America, it is nonetheless highly enjoyable. It follows the plan of two rich Venezuelan brothers to bring the ... Read full review

The panic of '89

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Panic details an international plot involving slippery financial maneuvering and terrorism to destroy the American banking system. Worldly bankers, high government officials, international terrorists ... Read full review


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Paul Erdman is the bestselling author of "Paul Erdman's Money Book," "The Silver Bears," "Zero Coupon," and "The Swiss Account,"

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