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Banking in the American South from the Age of Jackson to Reconstruction presents a thorough review of the early banking history of the South by analyzing the division between banking policies and economic ideas in the states of the Old and the New South. Larry Schweikart's study revises previous research in many ways. It is unique in its focus on southern banks and the relationships between banks, politics, and the economy. Schweikart discusses bank operations, laws governing banks, the effectsdoi:10.1017/s0022050700049846 fatcat:jjwtm3t7tzfadptz77v2dokmzu