|01-30-2013, 10:15 PM||#1|
Join Date: Nov 2012
Johnston, Thomas: The Financiers and The Nation v1.0 31 Jan 2013
Stumbled across a reference to this book whilst wandering the interweb.
The book documents financial crimes, scams, scandals and usurious activity in the UK from roughly 1825 to 1934, focussing on the period 1914 to 1932.
Having followed the revelations of bank fraud and general misbehaviour since the crash of 2008, this book reminds us that there is nothing new under the sun.
Even some of the remedies suggested back then are the same as those being proposed now.
Original copy taken from archive.org with much work to clean up the OCR errors, tables and footnotes and added a cover.
Read, ruminate and enjoy
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