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Lord Norman
Lord Norman
By Sir Henry Clay
St. Martin's Press, 1957, 495 pp.

Between the wars Sir Montagu Norman (as he was for much of the time) was one of the outstanding personalities of international finance, a figure around whom legends grew more profusely than is usual for a Governor of the Bank of England. Here a leading British economist, who died before he finished the book, examines the man and his work, with the aid of unpublished papers and personal knowledge.