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Beating the bear : lessons from the 1929 crash applied to today's world / Harold Bierman, Jr
Bib ID 4974559
Format BookBook
Author
Bierman, Harold
 
Description Santa Barbara, Calif. : Praeger, c2010 
xiii, 206 p. ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 9780313382147
031338214X
9780313382154
0313382158
Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [185]-197) and index.

Subjects Stock Market Crash, 1929.  |  Global Financial Crisis, 2008-2009.  |  Bear markets -- United States -- History.  |  Investments -- United States.

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