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  1. JanMaat JanMaat says:

    eBook John Kenneth Galbraith #180; The Great Crash of 1929 PDF #207; The Great Kindle #180; great epub, crash mobile, 1929 ebok, The Great epub, Crash of pdf, Great Crash of pdf, The Great Crash of 1929 MOBI To regard the people of any time as particularly obtuse seems vaguely improper and it also establishes a precedent which members of this generation might regret The strength of this book is its sharp focus I read Lords of Finance which covers br


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    eBook John Kenneth Galbraith #180; The Great Crash of 1929 PDF #207; The Great Kindle #180; great epub, crash mobile, 1929 ebok, The Great epub, Crash of pdf, Great Crash of pdf, The Great Crash of 1929 MOBIEven though he said that he would eventually get to talk about the causes of the great depression I have to admit that for much of this book I thought we would be just getting a series of increasingly horrible stories about the crash But this turned out to be an infinitely better book than I anticipatedThere are quotable quotes – “If there must be madness something may be said for having it on a heroic scale” Or “This is the rite of the meeting which is called not to do business but to do no business” And haven’t we all been in one of thoseThere is the dismantling of myths particularly the myth of the streets of New York piled high with the crumpled corpses of financiers who had thrown themselves from the still gaping windows of the twentieth floor In fact Galbraith has a table of suicides and shows that there was virtually no change in the suicide rate in the US or in New York in particular in this year at all and even that the suicide rate was higher in some of the m


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    eBook John Kenneth Galbraith #180; The Great Crash of 1929 PDF #207; The Great Kindle #180; great epub, crash mobile, 1929 ebok, The Great epub, Crash of pdf, Great Crash of pdf, The Great Crash of 1929 MOBIThis has been on my radar for years and years and after watching Ken Burns excellent documentary on the Dust Bowl I felt compelled to dive inWhile this does describe the Great Depression it is mainly limited to the specific details of the stock market crash in 1929 revealing what led to that economic catastrophe that would be a part of such a wide ranging calamity for our nation and the world I had always believed that the stock market collapse had been the cause of the depression but Galbraith showed how the symptoms of the diseased bubble bursting was just a part of the wider problemFirst published in 1954 sadly much of what he describes is sti


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    eBook John Kenneth Galbraith #180; The Great Crash of 1929 PDF #207; The Great Kindle #180; great epub, crash mobile, 1929 ebok, The Great epub, Crash of pdf, Great Crash of pdf, The Great Crash of 1929 MOBIFor a book on economic issues this is entertaining It has sardonic witMr Galbraith Canadian born by the way explores the before then the dark days of October 1929 and the de


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    eBook John Kenneth Galbraith #180; The Great Crash of 1929 PDF #207; The Great Kindle #180; great epub, crash mobile, 1929 ebok, The Great epub, Crash of pdf, Great Crash of pdf, The Great Crash of 1929 MOBII read half of this book before taking it back to the library It has some good observations but I found A Nation in Torment by Edward Ellis to be a better book I suspect the reason why most talk up this book and Galbraith in general is that he served in the FDR administration was educated at Harvard and takes a Key


  6. John Gurney John Gurney says:

    eBook John Kenneth Galbraith #180; The Great Crash of 1929 PDF #207; The Great Kindle #180; great epub, crash mobile, 1929 ebok, The Great epub, Crash of pdf, Great Crash of pdf, The Great Crash of 1929 MOBII first read John Kenneth Galbraith's The Great Crash of 1929 in college or was it high school so many years ago and rereading it now it retains its crisp narration and wittiness It is not a long book reflecting that Galbraith concisely covers the build up to the crash and its aftermath


  7. Nathan Fisher Nathan Fisher says:

    eBook John Kenneth Galbraith #180; The Great Crash of 1929 PDF #207; The Great Kindle #180; great epub, crash mobile, 1929 ebok, The Great epub, Crash of pdf, Great Crash of pdf, The Great Crash of 1929 MOBIOne of those great books by liberals that can't but reaffirm one's belief in the obvious rightness of Marxism only jokingly nodded to here but at least respected as a threat It's genuinely hilarious and read in conjunction with any book about 2008 would be bound to forcibly march someone a few steps left


  8. Tim Pendry Tim Pendry says:

    eBook John Kenneth Galbraith #180; The Great Crash of 1929 PDF #207; The Great Kindle #180; great epub, crash mobile, 1929 ebok, The Great epub, Crash of pdf, Great Crash of pdf, The Great Crash of 1929 MOBIJ K Galbraith produced his short book on the Great Stock Market Crash of 1929 in late 1954 in an atmosphere that still recalled recent witch hunts


  9. Greg Greg says:

    eBook John Kenneth Galbraith #180; The Great Crash of 1929 PDF #207; The Great Kindle #180; great epub, crash mobile, 1929 ebok, The Great epub, Crash of pdf, Great Crash of pdf, The Great Crash of 1929 MOBIFirst published in the USA 1954I found a 1984 Pelican paperback edition in Vinnies for 2 as well as a Donald Fagen CD The Nightfly in mint condition for 2A favourite song of mine is Black Friday on Steely Dan's Katy Lied album The first and last lines of Black Friday are 'When Black Friday comes' 'I'll guess I'll change my name' Released in 1975 by the wayThe Great Crash 1929 is clearly explained Fascinating The question that I keep asking throughout is how coul


  10. Sagar Jethani Sagar Jethani says:

    eBook John Kenneth Galbraith #180; The Great Crash of 1929 PDF #207; The Great Kindle #180; great epub, crash mobile, 1929 ebok, The Great epub, Crash of pdf, Great Crash of pdf, The Great Crash of 1929 MOBISaw this at Foyle's in London and thought it would be a nice continuation of Lefevre's Reminiscences of a Stock Operator and Krugman's Return of Depression Economics which I was in the process of finishingGalbraith's account of the Great Crash is gripping and reads like the work of a slightly removed journalist than an economic historian Discussions about discount rates and public pronouncements are interwoven with samples of other news of the day Lindbergh's flight across the Atlantic the skylarking of stock clerks in Central Park etc The effect is to place the reader inside the world of 1929 just as the rug was being pulled out from under himNo one who has been paying attention to the events of the past three years can fail to see disturbing similarities between the market crash of 2008 and 1929 Why therefore was the same dynamic allowed to play out? Galbraith explains from 1954 with an eerie prescienceThe market will n


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