A RABBLE OF DEAD MONEY: The Great Crash and the Global Depression, 1929-1939
In his lucid and fast-paced account of a pivotal and earth-shattering 20th-century period, Morris anatomizes history's greatest economic catastrophe. In highlighting the threads of policy, ideology, and international hatreds that catalyzed the crash, he reveals uncanny echoes for our present world. Illus.
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