Business History Review

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Book Reviews

Other People's Money and How the Bankers Use It. By Louis D. Brandeis; edited with an introduction by Melvin I. Urofsky · Boston: Bedford Books of St. Martin's Press, 1995. vii + 168 pp. Charts, notes, and index. Cloth, $35.00, ISBN 0-312-12257-8; paper, $6.50, ISBN 0-312-10314-X.

Richard P. Adelstein

Richard P. Adelstein is professor of economics at Wesleyan University and a member of the Connecticut Bar, and has written extensively in the fields of economics and law, American economic history and the history of economic thought. He is the author of “Islands of Conscious Power: Louis D. Brandeis and the Modern Corporation,” Business History Review (Autumn 1989) and “Charles E. Lindblom,” in Warren J. Samuels, ed., New Horizons in Economic Thought: Appraisals of Leading Economists (1992). He is currently at work on a history of the American corporation from 1800 to 1930.