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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.
Very interesting chronology on Morgan, his family and related associates. The book provided a great background on how the investment banking industry started and developed.Published 4 days ago by Anthony Tierno
Chernow synthesizes a vast corpus of information to tell the story of American finance by telling us about the Morgans and their successors, and by attempting to explain issues... Read morePublished 26 days ago by Generic Personage
Just another fabulous, beautifully written, in-depth book by Ron Chernow. If you like history and finance, it has got to be in you library.Published 27 days ago by the bez
Interesting information on its power and benefit to our economy. Easy reading!Published 1 month ago by phil dumke
First half is. Very interesting, seconditions half is a bit tediousPublished 1 month ago by email@example.com
Excellent historical treatment of the Morgan dynasty. Well written and easy to read.Published 1 month ago by Ed M
Excellent. Shows that the finance industry, and in the USofA that was Morgan for 100 years, banking outlives governments and wars (just like the oil industry). Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ed Sanden