"Checks & Balances" Exhibit Opens on Election Day

September 2011
Financial History;Fall2011, Issue 101, p6
Entertainment Review
The article reviews the exhibition "Checks & Balances: Presidents and American Finance" at the Museum of American Financial History, opening on November 8, 2011.


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