Paul Volcker: The Making of a Financial Legend

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Acknowledgments

Many people helped in the creation of this book. Special thanks to Glenn Kramon and William E. Schmidt of The New York Times. As a senior editor at John Wiley & Sons, Jeanne Glasser masterfully applied her creativity and skill and turned to Neil Levine for added firepower. My thanks also to Anke Dening, assistant to Paul Volcker, and her colleague, Ann Fivey, Virginia Streitfeld Volcker, Janice Volcker Zima, Jim Volcker, Barbara Dill, Chloe Treaster, Alain Delaqueriere, Stephanie S. Landis, Brent Bowers, Carolyn Wilder, Michelle A. Smith, Andrew Williams, Peter Bakstansky, Robert P. Hartwig, Alison Rea, Rosemary A. Lazenby, Larry J. Robertson, Katherine Malardy, Robert Morrill Jr., Robert D. Hersey Jr., Joyce N. Hershey, Martha L. Connor, Catherine M. Tunis, David W. Skidmore, Peter G. Peterson, Simon Reismann, Werner Schmidt, Sam Cross, Edwin M. Truman, Allen Sinai, Henry Kaufman, Dave Creed, Pedro Rosada, Joan Wulff, Albert Wojnilower, Phyllis Collazo, Marilyn Cervino, Ludmila Kudinova, Jeff Roth, Britt Leckman Peter J. Johnson, Fraser P. Seitel, Suzanne Spellman, Daniel Altman, David Cay Johnston, Saul Hansell, Jonathan D. Glater, Kurt Eichenwald, Peter T. Kilborn, Edmund L. Andrews, Kenneth N. Gilpin, Steven A. Rautenberg, Marvin Wolf, Leslie Sklar, Richard A. Moeller, Donald Stone, Brian DeFiore, Dennis Dalrymple, Melissa Scuereb, Christine Furry, Robyn J. LaMorte, Andrea Gabor, Christine Godek, Marie Jo R. Tirados, Renwick

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Table of contents

  • Additional Praise for Paul Volcker:The Making of a Financial Legend i
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Chapter One - A Finance Legend 1
  • Chapter Two - Seventy-Six 11
  • Chapter Three - The Power of the Fed 29
  • Chapter Four - Chairman 47
  • Chapter Five - Youth 71
  • Chapter Six - School Days 95
  • Chapter Seven - Hardship 113
  • Chapter Eight - Difficult Choices 139
  • Chapter Nine - The Fallout 165
  • Chapter Ten - Fly-Fishing 185
  • Epilogue 201
  • Bibliography 207
  • Notes 211
  • Acknowledgments 237
  • Index 239
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