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1. DECENTRALIZED CREDIT CONTROL, 1922-23
II. MODERATE RESTRAINT, APRIL-DECEMBER 1923
VI. THE ATTEMPT TO CURTAIL SPECULATION, 1928-29
VII. THE BANKS AND THE DEPRESSION, 1930-31
I. THE TRADITION OF CENTRAL BANK POLICY
RESERVE CREDIT AND THE GOLD SUPPLY
I. THE GOLD MOVEMENT AND THE VOLUME OF CREDIT
II. GOLD STOCK AND CREDIT POLICY
III. WHAT POLICY SHOULD HAVE BEEN FOLLOWED?
THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM AND THE TREASURY
REGIONAL UNIFORMITY OF RATES
THE QUANTITY OF CREDIT: EXCESS OR DEFICIENCY
I. RESERVE CREDIT AND BANK CREDIT
I. THE BANKER'S VIEWPOINT: LIQUIDITY
II. THE BORROWER'S VIEWPOINT: VESTED INTERESTS
III. THE DEPOSITOR'S VIEWPOINT: BANK FAILURES
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Credit Policies of the Federal Reserve System

Credit Policies of the Federal Reserve System

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