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American Banks in Times of Crisis under the National Banking System

E. W. Kemmerer
Proceedings of the Academy of Political Science in the City of New York
Vol. 1, No. 2, The Reform of the Currency (Jan., 1911), pp. 233-253
DOI: 10.2307/1171670
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1171670
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Subjects: Political Science
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Sprague, History of Crises under the National Banking System. Washington, Government Printing Office, g190.
    • Publications of the National Monetary Commis- sion. (Senate doc. no. 538, 61st Cong., 2d sess.)
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    Sprague, pp.13-17.
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    Ib., p.17.
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    Ib., p.24
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    Ib., p.35.
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    Ib., pp.43, 44.
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    Chronicle, Sept.27, 1873, p.411.
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    Sprague, p.50.
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    Ib., p.51.
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    Ib., pp.52 and 53.
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    Ib., p.53.
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    Ib., p.45.
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    Ib., p.54.
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    Ib., p.57.
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    Ib., pp.71-74, 75.
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    Sprague, p.89.
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    Ib., p.154.
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    Ib., p.160.
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    Ib., pp.160 and 161.
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    Ib., p.161.
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    Ib., p.153.
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    Ib., pp.163 and 164.
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    Bradstreet's, vol.xxi, pp.369 and 483.
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    Sprague, p.168.
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    Ib., p.170.
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    Chronicle, June 17, 1893, p.100.
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    Sprague, p.171.
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    Idem.
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    Ib., p.171.
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    A. D. Noyes, The Banks and the Panic of 1893. Pol.Sci. Quart., March, 1894, p.26
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    Sprague, p.172.
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    Ib., pp.174, 175.
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    Ib., pp.177 and 178.
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    Ib., pp.178 and 179.
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    Sprague, p.181.
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    Ib., p.183.
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    Sprague, p.190.
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    National Monetary Commission, Statistics for the United States, p.30.
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    Ib., pp.31, 33, 34 and 36.
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    Sprague, p.219.
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    Sprague, p.221.
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    Ib., p.222.
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    Ib., p. 223.
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    Ib., p.224.
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    Ib., pp.224-228.
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    Ib., p.228.
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    Sprague, pp.233, 234.
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    Ib., pp.228, 229.
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    Noyes, Forty Years of American Finance, p.356.
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    Sprague, p.229.
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    Ib., pp.230, 231.
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    Ib., p.230.
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    Sprague, p.259.
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    Ib., p.261.
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    Ib., p.267.
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    Sprague, p.273.
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    Ib., p.278.
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    A. Piatt Andrew, Substitutes for Cash in the Panic of 1907, Quarterly Journal of Economics, August, 1908, pp.515 and 516.
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    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Comptroller's Report, 1904, vol. iii, pp.5, 6 and 7
    • Morse, Banks and Banking, 4th ed., vol.i, pp.348 and 349
    • L. M. Jacobs, Bank Acceptances (National Monetary Commission)
    • Paul M. Warburg, The Discounm System of Europe (National Monetary Commission Publications)
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    Paul M. Warburg, Central Bank of the United States, American Economic As- sociation Quarterly, April, 1909, p.342.
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    Kemmerer, Seasonal Variations in the Demand for Money and Capital (National Monetary Commission Publications)
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    Ib., p.222-223.
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    History of Crises, p.90.
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    House Executive Documents, 23d Congress, Ist session. I, Document no.12. Quotation is from p.40.
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    Sprague, History of Crises, pp.91-103
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    Quarterly Journal of Economics, xxiv, pp.203 ff., and 654 and 655.