The Downfall Of Money

Author: Fred Taylor
Editor: A&C Black
ISBN: 1408839911
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A timely narrative account of the biggest financial crisis in modern history and its human consequences by the author of Dresden and The Berlin Wall.

The Downfall Of Money Germany S Hyperinflation And The Destruction Of The Middle Class

Author: Taylor, Frederick
Editor: Books Online
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The Downfall Of Deutsche Bank Symbol Of The Decline Of The Monetary System

Author: Rafael D. Kasischke
Editor: BoD – Books on Demand
ISBN: 3750432600
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MONEY is the blood of our economy. If the blood is dirty, our body gets sick. The same applies to the economy: If the money is dirty, the economy gets sick. Money's dirty because we don't handle it well. Too much dirt sticks to the money. We, humans, are too outward-looking and not inward-looking. Everything revolves around MONEY. It is time for a new monetary system to come into the world and with it a new attitude towards money. It is time for us to appreciate money and ourselves, i.e. to learn and understand the INNER VALUE of us humans and of money. Rafael Kasischke describes in this book the decline of our current monetary system and the rise of the new one. Using the downfall of Deutsche Bank as an example, he traces the change from our current rat race - the race for money - to a new path of joy, health, and the meaning of life. The result will be a new and fairer distribution of money among the world population.

The Downfall Of The Gold Standard

Author: Gustav Cassel
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 135133798X
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In this book, originally published in 1936, the author charts the sequence of events which converted him from an advocate of the restoration of the gold standard to a convinced opponent. His indictment of the gold standard is comprehensive and he attributes it as the chief cause of the economic difficulties of the 1920s. An invaluable commentary on the monetary instability of these crucial years, this book was written not only for economists and bankers but also for those interested in following the narrative of the most tumultuous events in the history of money.

The Downfall Of Robert Earl Of Huntington

Author: Anthony Munday
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Andr E De Taverney Or The Downfall Of French Monarchy

Author: Alexandre Dumas
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The Downfall Of A Hustler

Author: G. Money
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ISBN: 9781646544585
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Rich is no stranger to the game and the betrayal that comes with it. Rich and his crew have run Fellwood Homes Projects for a long time while trying to balance his relationship with his fiancée, Alexis. But when Alexis feels she's not getting the attention she needs and things start to go wrong, she is forced to take action, and Rich is forced to fight back and stay clear of two dirty cops, Sergeant Giles and Officer Gratton, aka Spike, who is trying to tear him and his crew down. In the end, will Rich and his crew be able to stand tall in the street they help build, or will they fall at the hands of the law?

The Downfall Of Ji Hyeong Geun

Author: Na Do-hyang
Editor: Literature Translation Institute of Korea
ISBN: 8993360669
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Once Ji arrives in Cheorwon, an important city where a rail center is being built, he lives with the laborers and is exposed to the stark conditions of Korea, which is undergoing a radical transformation under the whip of the Japanese colonizers. By chance, he meets Yi-hwa, a “fallen woman” who used to live next door to his family during his childhood. His complex and contradictory Neo-Confucian and Christian derived emotions about Yi-hwa leads him to inadvertently commit a crime, resulting in theft and the betrayal of his hometown friend; thus culminating in Ji’s downfall.

The Downfall Of The Liberal Party 1914 1935

Author: Trevor Wilson
Editor: Faber & Faber
ISBN: 0571280226
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By 1914 the Liberal Party had been governing Britain ever since its stunning general election victory of 1906. Four years later the Party was out of office, and so enfeebled it would never again form a government. What prompted the Liberal decline in the years of The Great War, and why did this decline then accelerate? Trevor Wilson's classic study analyses the strains exerted on Liberal principles by war, and the leadership crisis induced in 1916 by Lloyd George's ousting of Asquith. 'A good political mystery, and Mr Wilson has told it in fine dramatic style.' A.J.P. Taylor 'Offers portraits of those rivals, Asquith and Lloyd George, that are among the best - the most plausible and the most temperate - available.' New Yorker