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The House of Morgan by Ron Chernow
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Mar 02, 08

Read in May, 2007

Ron Chernow writes with such well thought out detail that it seems he never misses anything.“The House of Morgan” won a National Book Award and describes a powerful American family. It is a very detailed book, which is his style, that describes how banking became big in America and how the Morgan’s became more powerful than the Rothschild banking dynasty. If you ever read the great book “Creature from Jeckyll Island” and followed the author’s reasoning for not needing a Federal Reserve Bank then read this book and you might gain a better perspective of an opposing view.
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