Topic - Banking

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Paul Warburg's Crusade to Establish a Central Bank in the United States

Paul Warburg was an advocate for a central bank in the United States and was chosen by President Woodrow Wilson to serve as one of the first members of the Federal Reserve Board.
Michael A. Whitehouse
May 1989 - The Region

Interview with Marcia Anderson

David Levy
December 1988 - The Region

Answering the Call for Banking Supervision

August 1988 - The Region

Born of a Panic: Forming the Fed System

August 1988 - The Region

Developing an Efficient Payments System

August 1988 - The Region

Discovering Open Market Operations

August 1988 - The Region

Executive Leadership (Minneapolis and Helena)

August 1988 - The Region

External Economic and Political Environment

August 1988 - The Region

Leadership at the Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank

August 1988 - The Region

Legislation, Legislative Proposals and Court Decisions

August 1988 - The Region

Monetary Policy Environment

August 1988 - The Region

Ninth District Buildings and General Operations

August 1988 - The Region

Regulatory Policy Environment

August 1988 - The Region

The Districts Take Shape

August 1988 - The Region

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