Money and Power

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Money and Power

By Jonathan D. Aronson
Sage, 1978
224 pp.

Banks affect governmental policies less by direct political pressure than by the situations they create through their international behavior. That is the main conclusion of this quite detailed book, but it also has a lot to say about the interplay of regulation and private behavior from the perspective of both bankers and officials.

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