America's Bank: The Epic Struggle to Create the Federal Reserve

By Roger Lowenstein

The struggle to create the Federal Reserve System in 1913 now seems a harbinger of the continued discussion around present-day banking regulations. In America’s Bank, renowned financial journalist Lowenstein illuminates a period of great transformation and brings to life the key figures that helped lay the foundation for the U.S. financial industry. Readers are sure to be mesmerized by the book’s gripping depiction of the founding of the Fed.



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