Tired of all the dreary economic news? Here's a little money leisure to get away from it all.
Everyone leveraged to the hilt, snapping up complex, unregulated financial products, obsessed with get-rich-quick schemes - sound familiar? John Kenneth Galbraith's witty history of the 1920s bubble, "The Great Crash: 1929" (published in 1955), will make you groan, How could we be so stupid all over again?
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