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APA Citation

Sobel, Robert.  (1965).  The Big Board; a history of the New York stock market.  New York :  Free Press

MLA Citation

Sobel, Robert.  The Big Board; a history of the New York stock market. Foreword by Broadus Mitchell  Free Press New York  1965

Australian/Harvard Citation

Sobel, Robert.  1965,  The Big Board; a history of the New York stock market. Foreword by Broadus Mitchell  Free Press New York

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