Money to Burn

Money to Burn Author Horace Coon
ISBN-10 1412828961
Release 1938
Pages 352
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Originally published in 1938, this is a classic muckraking account of the role of philanthropic foundations. Horace Coon's journalistic indictment of the state of philanthropy in the 1920s and 1930s emphasizes how great wealth perpetuates itself through the mechanism of the foundation. Coon looks at how foundations influence education and public thinking, the extent to which they support scientific, medical, and social science research, and their financial operations. But "Money to Burn "is more than an example of what we today would call investigative journalism. It is also one of the first serious efforts to describe the history of modern American philanthropy. Coon discusses the origins of philanthropic foundations in Western history and the establishment of the Carnegie and Rockefeller foundations, reviews the founders' motives, and launches a biting critique in the context of the economic disaster of the Great Depression. He grapples with the concept of the foundation as a "semi-public institution" that links political, economic, and public concerns, and he questions what degree of accountability to the public is appropriate. While Coon's interpretive criticism of the American philanthropic foundations reflects the political and economic concerns of the late 1930s, it stays honestly close to the facts. "Money ""to "Burn ""can be read profitably today as both a good general history of the emergence of modern American philanthropy and as an example of the public's concern with concentration of money and power at the end of the 1930s. Money to Burn, another volume in the Philanthropy in Society series, will be of interest to social scientists, philanthropists, public policy analysts, and decision makers interested in the role of the voluntary sector in American society.



Money to Burn

Money to Burn Author Ricardo Piglia
ISBN-10 1862076650
Release 2004-08-01
Pages 209
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A prize-winning novel from one of Argentina's most important contemporary authors, based on a true crime



Money to Burn

Money to Burn Author James Grippando
ISBN-10 9780061985355
Release 2010-02-23
Pages 464
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“Money to Burn takes off like a rocket from page one and never slows down. Highly recommended.” — Christopher Reich, author of Rules of Vengeance In this timely stand-alone thriller ripped from the headlines, bestselling author James Grippando (Lying with Strangers, Intent to Kill, Born to Run) explores a world in which the destruction of financial institutions and the people who run them can occur in a matter of hours—even minutes. Fans of John Grisham’s The Firm and the thrillers of Lisa Scottoline and Phillip Margolin are sure to love Money to Burn: a “perfectly mixed cocktail of dry wit, sophisticated voice, believable characters, [and] non-stop suspense” (Joseph Finder, author of Vanished and Paranoia).



Money to Burn

Money to Burn Author James Zagel
ISBN-10 0425191214
Release 2003
Pages 384
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Federal District Court judge Paul E. Devine joins forces with a fire department paramedic and the two defendants in his latest case to rip off the Federal Reserve for $100 million in money, and discovers that planning the perfect crime and getting away with it are not necessarily the same thing. Reprint.



Money to Burn

Money to Burn Author Michael Mewshaw
ISBN-10 9780743222365
Release 2001-02-25
Pages 432
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In 1985, tobacco heiress Margaret Benson and two of her children were victims of a car bombing. One year later, her surviving son was sentenced to life imprisonment for the murders. Here is the story of what may have been a travesty of justice resulting in the conviction of an innocent man.



Money to Burn

Money to Burn Author Elizabeth Cadell
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105005659227
Release 1955
Pages 222
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Romance of an impoverished young English baron.



Money to Burn

Money to Burn Author Pat Cook
ISBN-10 OCLC:43307263
Release 1994
Pages 75
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Money to Burn

Money to Burn Author Peter B. Kyne
ISBN-10 1258210185
Release 2011-10-01
Pages 272
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Money to burn

Money to burn    Author Helen Woodward
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105026472865
Release 1945
Pages 214
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Money to Burn

Money to Burn Author John Escott
ISBN-10 058241802X
Release 2000-01
Pages 36
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Some thieves steal a lot of money and escape in a stolen car. The terrible weather forces them to stop at a farm where a young girl and her brother have been left alone. The thieves capture the boy, but not the girl, so it is up to her to free her brother and raise the alarm.



Money to Burn

Money to Burn Author Bill Brown
ISBN-10 1540610780
Release 2017-02-02
Pages 258
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Based on a true story, Money to Burn is a novel that begins with the brutal murder of a young woman, traces an ingenious counterfeiting scheme that became the funding vehicle for a small town bank in North Carolina, and culminates in the most disastrous monetary crisis since the 1930's. Money to Burn is the shocking backstory that follows two men, Edward Cain, businessman turned counterfeiter, and Mr. Jones, a financial operative who, motivated by his desire for revenge, helps the Bank attain incredible success. Readers will be surprised by the simple and surprising beginnings of the devastating 2008 US financial collapse.



Money to Burn

Money to Burn Author Mark Nicholas Kosmo
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105034366729
Release 1987
Pages 68
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Money to Burn

Money to Burn Author Peter Bernard Kyne
ISBN-10 OSU:32435055410153
Release 1928
Pages 250
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Money to Burn

Money to Burn Author Katy Munger
ISBN-10 1477572090
Release 2012-06-10
Pages 324
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When one of her favorite clients turns up dead, tough female private detective Casey Jones vows to find the killer, following a dangerous trail that leads her into the exclusive haunts of North Carolina's social elite as she confronts enemies who will do anything to stop her.



Money to Burn A Comedy of Crime

Money to Burn  A Comedy of Crime Author William DOUGLAS (Novelist.)
ISBN-10 OCLC:559519991
Release 1926
Pages 288
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Money to Burn

Money to Burn Author Reginald Wright Kauffman
ISBN-10 1494080702
Release 2013-10
Pages 314
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This is a new release of the original 1924 edition.



Money to Burn

Money to Burn Author Richard Bruce Grassby
ISBN-10 1540371131
Release 2016-11-18
Pages 602
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Cultural historians have made the study of material culture and consumption a subject in its own right and a necessary precondition of industrialization. The culture of the bourgeoisie has, however, engaged historians and ideologues for some two centuries without any consensus as to when the middle class emerged or how it should be defined. This last of three volumes on the English business community fills this vacuum by exploring empirically how far and when it adopted an alternative lifestyle. It demonstrates how business families spent their money and asks whether their life styles and the possessions that they chose to acquire, constituted a new culture with shared values. It assembles from artifacts as well as from documents and literary sources, a three-dimensional image of the physical and spatial environment in which merchants pursued their daily routines. It then reconstructs their thoughts and feelings to determine whether their world view changed and, if so, in which directions.