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In Eyewitness to Wall Street (Broadway Books), David Colbert narrates four centuries of history on one of the world's most famous streets. (Other Titles of Interest).

In Eyewitness to Wall Street (Broadway Books), David Colbert narrates four centuries of history on one of the world's most famous streets. Using newspapers, letters and memoirs, Colbert recounts decisive moments at the world's financial center, beginning with its modest origins in the 17th century when the vision and ideals of its protagonists emerged. As the pages turn, the personalities who built Wall Street march by--speculators, patriots, writers and politicians, including Daniel Defoe, Mark Twain, Franklin D. Roosevelt and Warren Buffet.
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