The New York Times
The Wall Street Journal
October 24, 1929
October 29, 1929
October 31, 1931
December 7, 1941
Most of the gold had been sold.
None of the reserves belonged to member banks.
There was a qualitative shift from uncontrolled to controlled reserves.
Most of the reserves were leveraged stocks.
The American public.
Construction industry executives.
The state governors.