A Big Deal For Big BanksMike Mcnamee
Of all the benefits bankers hoped to gain from last year's unsuccessful bank-reform bill, interstate branching was the most precious. And of all the obstacles the banks encountered in their failure, the most formidable were insurance agents--a grass-roots group that opposed reform because it would have granted banks broad powers to sell insurance.
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