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A History of the Federal Reserve: Volume 1: 1913-1951

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By Allan H. Meltzer
With a foreword by Alan Greenspan

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Apr 18 On November 15, 1914, this press release was issued announcing the opening of the Federal Reserve Banks in the twelve Federal Reserve Districts.

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