All the way to the bank

Malik, Shiv
September 2007
New Statesman;9/24/2007, Vol. 136 Issue 4863, p22
In this article the author reports on the reaction of depositors in the Northern Rock Building Society, a British financial institution, to rumors that the organization was in significant financial difficulty. He interviews individuals standing in line waiting to retrieve deposits from a Northern Rock branch in a section of London, England.


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