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Copyright 1991 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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Ron Chernow is good at writing in great detail while making his books interesting.
Once again a fantastic read, I highly recommend this to anyone studying finance, history of banking, or are just curious about the Morgan family.
The House of Morgan is an stand-out history of modern finance, told as the story of one of America's great banking families.
A very thorough treatment of the House of Morgan. Written in an enjoyable narrative style. Easy to read for such a comprehensive view of the banking industry through the years.Published 22 days ago by Andrew Talbert
Great overview of the various Morgan entities and personalities. Would love it offer did an update as this history is a very insightful precursor to the banking practices and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by David Garfinkle
In the 800 page House of Morgan, Chernow dives with full force into his subject. J.P Morgan the central figure of the book has been credited with changing the face of banking and... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tryggvi Hjaltason
I had high expectations for this book. Last year I purchased a hard copy of his book on the Rockefeller's and enjoyed that immensely. I purchased this book as a Kindle Ebook. Read morePublished 2 months ago by david kveene
This book is really provides a deep history on the Morgan family, their rise, and the contribution to global finance. Read morePublished 2 months ago by kevin
First half which was primarily about the Morgan's was very interesting
Second half about the company and partners was too detailed, and boring.
Was a struggle to finish
Fascinating subject, and extremely well written. Reads like a novel.Published 2 months ago by Will McCullough