Buying orders poured in so rapidly . . . that Wall Street began talking of a a#39;Smith market. ... One of these friends of the Governor was John J. Raskob, whose remarks, the Times noted apparently without irony, aquot;frequently have stimulated buying enthusiasm in the stock market. ... John W. Davis in 1924 demonstrated that Democratic attempts to beat Republican conservatism at its own game usually failed?
|Title||:||The 1920's: Problems and Paradoxes|