Other People's Money And How the Bankers Use It (1914) is a collection of essays written by Louis Brandeis first published as a book in 1914, and reissued in 1933.
Other People's Money And How the Bankers Use It (1914) is a collection of essays written by Louis Brandeis first published as a book in 1914, and reissued in 1933. All the chapters of the book appeared as articles in Harper's Weekly between 22 November 1913 and 17 January 1914, and were written before November 1913. Our Financial Oligarchy. How the Combiners Combine. Interlocking Directorates. Serve One Master Only! What Publicity Can Do. Where the Banker is Superfluous. Big Men and Little Business.
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Other People's Money And. has been added to your Cart. Louis D. Brandeis showcases his genius when analyzing how the money trust controlled many industries in the United States during the beginning of the 20th century. The interlocking directorates, the acquisition of related corporations, such as insurance companies, money trusts and investment banks, made commercial banks the most powerful institutions of the economy in the United States.
BACK in 1913 Louis D. Brandeis, not yet a member of the Supreme Court, took the information gleaned from the Pujo investigation of the so-called "money trust" and wrote a startling little book, "Other People's Money and How the Bankers Use I. View Full Article in Timesmachine .
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You can also read the full text online using our ereader. A denunciation of trusts and investment banking, this book helped inspire important antitrust legislation. le men possessed of large fortunes; but the most potent factor in their control of business is not the possession of extraordinary ability or huge wealth. Brandeis was a Supreme Court Justice, a patriot and a genius, he wrote "Other People's Money and How Bankers Use It" to warn the american public about the shadowy banking cabal that controls the United States. Upvote (0). Downvote (0).