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William D. Cohan
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Why does Cohan argue that Wall Street is essential to modern daily life? What examples does he use to demonstrate this point?

This helps the student understands Cohan basic argument about the importance of Wall Street in facilitating many facets of daily life.

What role did Wall Street and the financial system in general play in early years of the United States? How does Cohan view Alexander Hamilton and his contributions?

This encourages the student to understand the intertwined nature of Wall Street and the early American government.

What is the difference between a commercial bank and an investment bank? How is their underlying purpose similar? Why does Cohan believe investment banks draw more criticism than commercial banks?

This helps the student understand a key concept of the financial system and demonstrates the role familiarity and understanding play in our perceptions of Wall Street.

What does Cohan argue is the relationship between Wall Street and financial crises? How does this differ from the conventional view of their relationship?

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