Nice interactive timeline via Portfolio:

This is 1935 – 2008;

The earlier version 1865-1935 is also here

Category: Bailouts, Digital Media, Legal, Regulation

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3 Responses to “Band-Aids for the Ailing Economy”

  1. strat575 says:

    In the 1860-1935 era, there were 44 years that didn’t feature a war or financial crisis/recession.

    In the years that followed, up to today, I counted 18 years (out of 73) that didn’t feature a war or financial crisis/recession.

    As Mel Brooks said, ‘It’s good to be the king.’

  2. Urkel says:

    May the Schwartz be with you!

  3. r says:

    anyone notice that the House has been controlled by the Democrats for the vast majority of time the past 60 years?