Other People's Money And How The Bankers Use It.

Other People's Money And How The Bankers Use It.

Louis D. Brandeis Philip Dossick / Feb 17, 2020

Other People s Money And How The Bankers Use It In Other Peoples Money And How The Banks Use It published over years ago Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis denounces corporatism monopolies investment bankers and above all the total cons

  • Title: Other People's Money And How The Bankers Use It.
  • Author: Louis D. Brandeis Philip Dossick
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  • In Other Peoples Money And How The Banks Use It, published over 100 years ago, Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis denounces corporatism, monopolies, investment bankers, and above all, the total consolidation of American wealth into the hands of a privileged few Completely uncensored, there are few indictments of the American banking system as incendiary Long consideredIn Other Peoples Money And How The Banks Use It, published over 100 years ago, Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis denounces corporatism, monopolies, investment bankers, and above all, the total consolidation of American wealth into the hands of a privileged few Completely uncensored, there are few indictments of the American banking system as incendiary Long considered one of the major muckraking expos s of the twentieth century, it still speaks powerfully to our own times A Foreword by Philip Dossick makes this superb new digital edition a standout.LOUIS D BRANDEIS was an Associate Justice Of The Supreme Court from 1916 to 1939.He is widely regarded as one of the greatest crusaders for social justice in our nation s history, credited with drafting our most important Right To Privacy Laws, as well as championing our right to freedom of speech.

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      • Louis D. Brandeis Philip Dossick

        Louis Dembitz Brandeis was an American lawyer and Associate Justice on the Supreme Court of the United States from 1916 to 1939.He was born in Louisville, Kentucky, to Jewish immigrant parents from Bohemia, who raised him in a secular home He enrolled at Harvard Law School, graduating at the age of twenty with the highest grade average in the law school s history.Brandeis settled in Boston where he became a recognized lawyer through his work on progressive social causes Starting in 1890, he helped develop the right to privacy concept by writing a Harvard Law Review article of that title, and was thereby credited by legal scholar Roscoe Pound as having accomplished nothing less than adding a chapter to our law He later published a book titled Other People s Money And How the Bankers Use It, suggesting ways of curbing the power of large banks and money trusts, which partly explains why he later fought against powerful corporations, monopolies, public corruption, and mass consumerism, all of which he felt were detrimental to American values and culture He also became active in the Zionist movement, seeing it as a solution to antisemitism in Europe and Russia, while at the same time being a way to revive the Jewish spirit When his family s finances became secure, he began devoting most of his time to public causes and was later dubbed the People s Lawyer He insisted on serving on cases without pay so that he would be free to address the wider issues involved The Economist magazine calls him A Robin Hood of the law Among his notable early cases were actions fighting railroad monopolies defending workplace and labor laws helping create the Federal Reserve System and presenting ideas for the new Federal Trade Commission FTC He achieved recognition by submitting a case brief, later called the Brandeis Brief, which relied on expert testimony from people in other professions to support his case, thereby setting a new precedent in evidence presentation.In 1916, President Woodrow Wilson nominated Brandeis to become a member of the Supreme Court However, his nomination was bitterly contested, partly because, as Justice William O Douglas wrote, Brandeis was a militant crusader for social justice whoever his opponent might be He was dangerous not only because of his brilliance, his arithmetic, his courage He was dangerous because he was incorruptible and the fears of the Establishment were greater because Brandeis was the first Jew to be named to the Court He was eventually confirmed by the Senate by a vote of 47 to 22 on June 1, 1916, 21 Republican Senators and one Democratic Senator Francis G Newlands of Nevada voted against his nomination and became one of the most famous and influential figures ever to serve on the high court His opinions were, according to legal scholars, some of the greatest defenses of freedom of speech and the right to privacy ever written by a member of the Supreme Court.


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