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The house of Morgan; a social biography of the masters of money,

Author: Lewis Corey
Publisher: New York, G.H. Watt, 1930.
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Corey, Lewis.
House of Morgan.
New York, G.H. Watt, 1930
(OCoLC)570705178
Named Person: J Pierpont Morgan; J P Morgan; J Pierpont Morgan
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lewis Corey
OCLC Number: 761186
Description: 479 pages frontispiece, plates, portraits, maps, diagrams 24 cm
Contents: Part One: Backgrounds --
Aristocracy --
Colonial origins --
Joseph Morgan, innkeeper --
John Pierpont, rebel --
Finance: George Peabody and Junius Morgan --
Part Two: Civil War --
War --
and carbines --
Speculating in gold --
Economic and political changes --
Part Three: Emergence --
International finance --
Morgan, Gould, Fisk --
Overtones: 1869 --
The Buccaneers beaten --
Government financing: 1871-79 --
Part Four: Morganizing railroads --
Financiers: old and new --
Railroad demoralization --
Reorganizing railroads --
Developinf financial dictatorship --
Part Five: Transition --
Morgan, Cleveland, Bryan --
Morgan's railroad empire --
International finance and imperialism --
Overtones: 1901 --
Part Six: Steel --
Morganizing industry --
Industrial and financial combination --
Steel trust --
The attitude to labor --
Aspects of morganization --
Part Seven: Dominance --
The Morgan-Harriman clash --
Reverses: Morgan in danger --
Developing imperialism --
The 1907 panic --
Morgan's system --
Part Eight: Revolt --
and conquest --
Revolt: Morgan and Roosevelt --
The struggle for regulation --
Money trust testimony --
Death --
The house of Morgan: 1913-1929 --
Sources cited.
Responsibility: by Lewis Corey.

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