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HIST 395 American Financial Panics: Congressional

HIST 395 American Financial Panics

Congressional

Congressional Sources
Read Congressional debates in the Congressional Record and thru ProQuest United States Congresional Serial Set

This latter source includes the text of federal agency reports to Congress including the Comptroller of the Currency's annual reports.

House Financial Services Committee HSSE Documents Y 4.F 49/20 (2001-present) and House Banking Committee HSSE Documents Y 4.B 22/1 (1975-2000) HERE for selected fulltext Hathitrust catalog records.
Senate Banking Committee HSSE Documents Y 4.B 22/3. (Senator Joe Donnelly (D-IN) is a member of this committee.) HERE for selected fulltext Hathitrust Catalog records.
Joint Economic Committee HSSE Documents Y 4.EC 7 (1975-present.  HERE for selected tulltext Hathitrust Catalog Records.

Congressional committees are responsible for approving legislation, conducting oversight of government programs, and funding these programs. Committee hearing transcripts and publications are excellent primary information sources on U.S. financial crises along with other U.S. Government documents.)


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