, titled "Other People's Money and How the Bankers Use It" | Cosimo Inc, December 31, 2009, cover price $25.99 | About this edition:
The Economist magazine recently called him "a Robin Hood of the law": American lawyer LOUIS DEMBITZ BRANDEIS (1856-1941) developed the concept of the "right to privacy" in an 1890 law journal article, and-in this classic 1914 work-he denounced investment banking, corporatism, monopolies, and the consolidation of American wealth in the hands of a privileged few.
| 2 edition (Augustus m Kelley Pubs, June 1, 1986), cover price $35.00 | About this edition:
Originally written for Harper's Weekly and first published in book form in 1914, these essays provide an incisive analysis of the activities of the financial oligarchy, and its central element, the investment banker as revealed in the testimony and findings of the Pujo Committee.
, titled "Other People's Money and How the Bankers Use It" | Createspace Independent Pub, August 28, 2014, cover price $5.99 | also contains Other People's Money and How the Bankers Use It
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, titled "Other People's Money: And How the Bankers Use It" | Kessinger Pub Co, June 30, 2007, cover price $24.95 | About this edition:
This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original.