Confessions of a Central Banker

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Bopp, Karl R. (Karl Richard), 1906-1979 "Confessions of a Central Banker" 1965.

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Excerpt from Essays in Monetary Policy in Honor of Elmer Wood, ed. Pinkney E. Walker. © 1965 by the Curators of the University of Missouri. Reproduced with permission.

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