The Money Lenders

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The Money Lenders

By Anthony Sampson
Viking, 1982
336 pp. $16.95

A person from Mars reading this entertaining book might conclude that, although international bankers are ingenious and hardworking, they often lack judgment and exacerbate their problems by their tendency to all do the same thing. The Martian would also learn something about most of the issues in international finance that have been worrying earthlings.

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