JP Morgan

The Heroic Life of JP Morgan

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2 thoughts on “JP Morgan

  1. Even advocates of capitalism today shy away from – or even villify – J. P. Morgan. We have strong reasons and close syllogisms to support our adherence to consistent laissez-faire. To minimize Morgan’s accomplishments is to ignore his brilliant mind applied to the problems of his time. His creation of U.S. Steel and his (personal) bail-out extended to reorganization in the so-called “Banker’s Panic” of 1907 were both brilliant examples of meta-entrepreneurship.

  2. wasn’t he the one that was supposed to be on the titanic when it sank? Because he was the one that financed the building of the titanic………right or is this all wrong?

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