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Journal of American HistoryStudents of early national and financial history will profit from this work. Wright's narrative resurrects much long-forgotten informaition, and his analysis effectively underpins his broad thesis: Without financial markets and institutions to serve them, economic growth and modernization are impossible. Wright is at his best when explaining with remarkable clarity, the complex financial conditions that accounted for Chestnut Street's dominance.
— Carl Lane