The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Review
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MAY/JUNE 1998 Vol. 80, No. 3
Lessons From Financial History
Proceedings of the Twenty-Second Annual Economic Policy Conference of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Commentary for " Were Banks Special Intermediaries in Late Nineteenth Century America?"
Commentary for " Banking Systems and Economic Growth: Lessons from Britain and Germany in the Pre-World War I Era"
Commentary for " The Financial Crisis of 1825 and the Restructuring of the British Financial System"
Commentary for " U.S. Securities Markets and the Banking System, 1790-1840"
Commentary for " Lessons from a Laissez-Faire Payments System: The Suffolk Banking System (1825-58)"
Commentary for " Did the Fed's Founding Improve the Efficiency of the U.S. Payments System?"