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The Federal Reserve Act : A Discussion of the Principles and Operations of the New Banking Act, As Originally Published in the Wall Street Journal and the Boston News Bureau

By Barron, Clarence Walker

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Title: The Federal Reserve Act : A Discussion of the Principles and Operations of the New Banking Act, As Originally Published in the Wall Street Journal and the Boston News Bureau  
Author: Barron, Clarence Walker
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Language: English
Subject: United States, Federal Reserve banks, America
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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1914
Publisher: Boston, M.A.; Boston News Bureau

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Walker, 1855-192, B. C., & Federal Reserve Act, 191, U. S. (1914). The Federal Reserve Act : A Discussion of the Principles and Operations of the New Banking Act, As Originally Published in the Wall Street Journal and the Boston News Bureau. Retrieved from http://hawaiilibrary.net/


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