How Dutch Dollhouse Mania Explains the U.S. Housing BustMichelle Chihara
May 23 (Bloomberg) -- After the U.S. housing crash began in 2007, the media often made comparisons with the Dutch tulip mania of 1637, one of the first and most dramatic speculative bubbles in the Western world.
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