"Scandal!" Exhibit Profiles Financial Criminals, from Duer through Madoff

Aguilera, Kristin
March 2010
Financial History;Spring2010, Issue 97, p6
Academic Journal
A news brief is presented, discussing the April 2010 opening of the exhibition "Scandal! Financial Crime, Chicanery and Corruption that Rocked America" at the Museum of American Finance.


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