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The power of gold : the history of an obsession

Author: Peter L Bernstein
Publisher: New York : Wiley, 2001.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In this exciting new book, Peter L. Bernstein, who chronicled the evolution of risk in his recent bestseller, Against the Gods, tells the story of history's most coveted, celebrated, and inglorious  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Peter L Bernstein
ISBN: 0471003786 9780471003786
OCLC Number: 635316513
Description: 448 Seiten
Contents: Prologue: The Supreme Possession. A METAL FOR ALL SEASONS. Get Gold at All Hazards. Midas's Wish and the Creatures of Pure Chance. Darius's Bathtub and the Cackling of the Geese. The Symbol and the Faith. Gold, Salt, and the Blessed Town. The Legacy of Eoba, Babba, and Udd. The Great Chain Reaction. The Disintegrating Age and the King's Ransoms. The Sacred Thirst. THE PATH TO TRIUMPH. The Fatal Poison and Private Money. The Asian Necropolis and Hien Tsung's Inadvertent Innovation. The Great Recoinage and the Last of the Magicians. The True Doctrine and the Great Evil. The New Mistress and the Cursed Discovery. The Badge of Honor. The Most Stupendous Conspiracy and the Endless Chain. THE DESCENT FROM GLORY. The Norman Conquest. The End of the Epoch. The Transcending Value. World War Eight and the Thirty Ounces of Gold. Epilogue: The Supreme Possession? Notes. Bibliography. Index.
Responsibility: Peter L. Bernstein.

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"...It is a gripping work that conbines many strands of history, politcs and finance into a book of universal appeal." (Business Monthly, September 2001)

 
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