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... In his Foreword to The Secrets of the Federal Reserve Mullins explains the circumstances by which he came to write his now famous investigation into the origins of the Federal Reserve System In ... must work on it as a detective story." Mullins completed the manuscript during the course of 1950 when he began to seek a publisher ... by two of Pound's disciples, John Kasper and David Horton, under the title Mullins on the Federal Reserve ...
Famous quotes containing the word wrote:
“It is possible that the telephone has been responsible for more business inefficiency than any other agency except laudanum.... In the old days when you wanted to get in touch with a man you wrote a note, sprinkled it with sand, and gave it to a man on horseback. It probably was delivered within half an hour, depending on how big a lunch the horse had had. But in these busy days of rush-rush-rush, it is sometimes a week before you can catch your man on the telephone.”
—Robert Benchley (18891945)