FINANCING AMERICAN ENTERPRISE by Paul B. Trescott

FINANCING AMERICAN ENTERPRISE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This, prepared under the sponsorship of the Centennial Commission of the American Bankers Association, supplies thorough coverage of its subject. There is abundant material on the evolution of banking in this country, the variety of banking institutions created by American enterprise at one stage or another, their failures and/or successes, and the formation through trial and error of a national banking system. Through it all runs the main theme of the relation between bank credit and the development of business, industry and varying sectors of our economy. The centennial of the A.B.A., and the 13,000 banks in this country, should warrant an assured distribution which undoubtedly will be expanded to other areas related to, and educational courses in, this defined field.

Pub Date: Feb. 27th, 1962
Publisher: Harper & Row