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Other peoples̓ money, and how the bankers use it
Louis Dembitz Brandeis
|Series||Library of American civilization -- LAC 10144.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 223 p.|
|Number of Pages||223|
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Other People's Money and How the Bankers Use It is a collection of essays written by Louis Brandeis published as a book in The book attacked the use of investment funds to promote the consolidation of various industries under the control of a small number of corporations, which Brandeis alleged were working in concert to prevent by: Louis Brandeis's Other People's Money and How the Bankers Use It is a classic critique of the power Wall Street and financiers can wield.
The populist lawyer and later Supreme Court justice often critiqued and identified concentrated power as harmful to democracy/5(20). Other People's Money And How the Bankers Use It () is a collection of essays written by Louis Brandeis first published as a book inand reissued in Contents.
All the chapters of the book appeared as articles in Harper's Weekly between. Other people's money: and how the bankers use it Paperback – April 2, by Louis D. Brandeis (Author) out of 5 stars 36 ratings. See all 90 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from /5(36). Other articles where Other People’s Money, and How the Bankers Use It is discussed: Louis Brandeis: book, a volume of essays, Other People’s Money, and How the Bankers Use It (), dealt with the control exercised by investment bankers over American industry.
His work attacking monopolies and interlocking directorates influenced the passage in of the. Link to the book Embed a mini Book Reader 1 page Other peoples̓ money pages Open to this page.
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Brandeis' central thesis was that the large banking houses were colluding with businessmen to create trusts in America's major industries. LibriVox recording of Other People's Money, by Louis D. Brandeis. Other People's Money and How the Bankers Use It is a collection of essays written by Louis Brandeis published as a book in The book attacked the use of investment funds to promote the consolidation of various industries under the control of a small number of corporations, which Brandeis alleged were.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Brandeis, Louis Dembitz, Other peoples̓ money, and how the bankers use it. New York: Frederick A. Stokes Co. Page 40 - Radiating from these principal groups and closely affiliated with them are smaller but important banking houses, such as Kissel, Kinnicut & Co., White, Weld & Co., and Harvey Fisk & Sons, who receive large and lucrative patronage from the dominating groups and are used by the latter as jobbers or distributors of securities the issuing of which they control, but which for 4/5(1).
Published inthe book was based on the revelations of the House of Representatives’ Pujo Committee about the predatory practices of J. Morgan and other big bankers. “Other People’s. Other People's Money And How The Bankers Use It 1. OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY AND HOW THE BANKERS USE IT LOUIS D.
BRANDEIS 2. if CORNELL UNIVERSITY LIBRARY Gift in memory of MARY STEPHENS SHERMAN, '13 from JOHN H. SHERMAN, '11 3. The original of this book is in the Cornell University Library.
In his book, Other People's Money and How Bankers Use It, Brandeis questions the role of investment bankers and the consolidation of banks. The dominant element in our financial oligarchy is the investment banker. Associated banks, trust companies and life insurance companies are his tools.
Controlled railroads, public service and industrial File Size: KB. Book review: Charles Bagli’s “Other People’s Money” In a new book, New York Times reporter looks at Tishman Speyer's acquisition of Stuyvesant Town-Peter Cooper Village May Issue /. Description of the book "Other People's Money: And How the Bankers Use It": Reprint.
Originally published in New York: F.A. Stokes, c xv, p. The book was based on the revelations of the House of Representatives' Pujo Committee about the predatory practices of J. Morgan and other big bankers.
By: Louis D. Brandeis () Other People's Money and How the Bankers Use It is a collection of essays written by Louis Brandeis published as a book in The book attacked the use of investment funds to promote the consolidation of various industries under the control of a small number of corporations, which Brandeis alleged were working in concert to prevent.
But the reservoir of other people's money, from which the investment bankers now draw their greatest power, is not the life insurance companies, but the banks and the trust companies. Bank deposits represent the really quick capital of the nation.
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Using other people s money, or OPM, can 4/5(3). The intense conflict of interest between bankers and the rest of society is captured well in a passage from “Traders, Guns and Money,” a book written by former banker Satyajit Das.This book reiterates Summers’s challenge.
Finance is a business like any other, and should be judged by reference to the same principles – the same tools of analysis, the same metrics of value – that we apply to other industries, such as railways, or retailing or electricity supply.
I will not hesitate to draw lessons from these industries.Other People's Money By John Kay (PublicAffairs, pages, $) rom tothe finance sector of the American economy grew to % of GDP from %. According to John Kay, a visiting professor at the London School of Economics and a regular contributor to the Financial Times, the finance sector is too large and too powerful.
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