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Herbert H(enry) 1878–1963, U.S. banker and statesman.
Contemporary Examples

Bailout Programs Return $1.5 Billion Daniel Gross August 20, 2012
The New Disaster at Lehman Julie Satow October 18, 2008
Paulson’s Revealing Phone Records Nomi Prins October 11, 2009
Bush, Christie, Romney: Who’ll Be the GOP Class Warrior? Lloyd Green December 14, 2014
Why Washington Won’t Prevent Another Meltdown Jeff Madrick October 27, 2009

Historical Examples

The History of the Revolutions of Portugal Abb Vertot
All Day September Roger Kuykendall
The Planet Strappers Raymond Zinke Gallun
Continuous Vaudeville Will M. Cressy
All Day September Roger Kuykendall


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