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Prof. William Silber's book, "When Washington Shut Down Wall Street," is cited

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Excerpt from Quartz -- "As the war dragged on, Britain went from lender to borrower. And after the dollar-denominated Anglo-French loan of October 1915—organized by JP Morgan to fund the allied European powers—'the US dollar no longer took a backseat to the British pound,' wrote William Silber, an NYU professor and author of a book on the origins of the dollar as a reserve currency."

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