That, anyway, was what Morgan told members of Congress when they brought him in for questioning. Corruption usually happens behind closed doors, to be sure. Again, she may be right. She shows this pugnacity to be a natural defensive reflex given that businessmen were more on their own in those days.
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They risked much, and paid, if their decisions did not pan out, from their own pockets. There were neither federal bailouts to coddle them, nor many regulations to comply with as there are today. Pak , though, draws the wrong conclusion from the unfettered capitalism of the past. She seems eager to lurch far in the other direction. New search User lists Site feedback Ask a librarian Help.
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