Salomon Brothers - This is the investment bank where author Michael Lewis is employed.
Wall Street - This is the name of the New York City financial district.
Liar's Poker - This is the title of this book describing the author's experiences as a trainee and employee of an investment bank.
London - This is the name of a city in England where the author, Michael Lewis, is living as a twenty-four-year-old student in 1984.
The Great Hall of St. James Palace - This is the location where Michael Lewis is invited to attend an invitation-only, black tie fund-raising dinner held by the queen mother.
Princeton University - This is the name of the college where Michael earns a degree in art history.
The Glass-Steagall Act - This was passed by the U.S. Congress in 1934 to define differences between and responsibilities of commercial and investment banks.
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