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The paper provides a brief history of central banking institutions in the United States. Specifically, the authors highlight the role of New York banking interests in the legislations affecting the creation or expiration of central banking institutions. In our previous research we have detected that New York City banking entities usually exert substantial influence on legislation, greater than their large proportion of United States' banking resources. The authors describe how this influencedoi:10.2139/ssrn.498742 fatcat:va2uvaotyzbpxjd7haynq5rrkq