Virtuous Bankers

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The eighteenth-century Bank of England was an institution that operated for the benefit of its shareholders—and yet came to be considered, as Adam Smith described it, “a great engine of state.” Anne Murphy explores how this private organization became the guardian of the public credit upon which Britain’s economic and geopolitical power was based. 

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