Post Tagged with: "banking"

FDR signing Glass-Steagall in June 1933.

The New Urgency for Glass-Steagall

By Nancy Spannaus Oct. 13, 2019—If one is to take the actions of the Federal Reserve since Sept. 17 into account, the United States banking system (and perhaps the global one) has already entered into a new systemic crisis. The Fed is issuing tens of billions of dollars a day […]

by October 13, 2019 Glass-Steagall, News
Former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan

Fixing Responsibility for the 2008 Collapse

A review by Nancy Spannaus Market Rules: Bankers, Presidents, and the Origins of the Great Recession Mark H. Rose University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, PA., 2019, 258 pp. April 17, 2019—Call me a populist if you will, but I cannot discuss the financial blowout of 2008 without holding responsible those […]

by April 17, 2019 Commentary, Review
Federal Reserve headquarters in Washington, D.C. (wikimedia commons)

The Federal Reserve Is Not `America’s Bank’

How the Fed was foisted on the U.S. by Europe’s Central Bankers      America’s Bank,  The Epic Struggle To Create the Federal Reserve Roger Lowenstein, Penguin Books,  New York, NY. 2015. A review by Stuart Rosenblatt April 5, 2019 Despite the fact that America’s Bank, the story of the founding of […]

by April 5, 2019 History, Review