Introduction to When Washington Shut Down Wall Street: The Great Financial Crisis of 1914 and the Origins of America's Monetary Supremacy
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KeywordsWall Street; William McAdoo; monetary crisis; gold standard; New York Stock Exchange; currency; bank runs; crisis control; Federal Reserve;
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