Paul Frishkoff

Publication Date

Spring 1989


The study described here investigates the extent to which something resembling auditing may have existed or may even have been required by state law. (Most banks which existed had some sort of state or territorial charter before 1863, prior to the creation of a federal central banking system.)



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