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Earlier, the Federal Reserve discussed the problems created by interest rate ceilings on bank deposits, but it never chose to remove them. As a result, a gigantic nonbank industry rose. In the 1920s, the Federal Reserve succumbed to bank pressure by permitting national banks to invest in mortgages. And it took more than one banking crisis to rid the United States of many local or regional banks that failed in large numbers when the local industry went into recession and could not repay its borrowing.

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As a result, a gigantic nonbank industry rose. In the 1920s, the Federal Reserve succumbed to bank pressure by permitting national banks to invest in mortgages. And it took more than one banking crisis to rid the United States of many local or regional banks that failed in large numbers when the local industry went into recession and could not repay its borrowing. As a result, a gigantic nonbank industry rose. In the 1920s, the Federal Reserve succumbed to bank pressure by permitting national banks to invest in mortgages. And it took more than one banking crisis to rid the United States of many local or regional banks that failed in large numbers when the local industry went into recession and could not repay its borrowing.

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And it took more than one banking crisis to rid the United States of many local or regional banks that failed in large numbers when the local industry went into recession and could not repay its borrowing. And it took more than one banking crisis to rid the United States of many local or regional banks that failed in large numbers when the local industry went into recession and could not repay its borrowing. As a result, a gigantic nonbank industry rose. In the 1920s, the Federal Reserve succumbed to bank pressure by permitting national banks to invest in mortgages.As a result, a gigantic nonbank industry rose. In the 1920s, the Federal Reserve succumbed to bank pressure by permitting national banks to invest in mortgages. As a result, a gigantic nonbank industry rose. In the 1920s, the Federal Reserve succumbed to bank pressure by permitting national banks to invest in mortgages. And it took more than one banking crisis to rid the United States of many local or regional banks that failed in large numbers when the local industry went into recession and could not repay its borrowing. As a result, a gigantic nonbank industry rose. In the 1920s, the Federal Reserve succumbed to bank pressure by permitting national banks to invest in mortgages. And it took more than one banking crisis to rid the United States of many local or regional banks that failed in large numbers when the local industry went into recession and could not repay its borrowing.

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As a result, a gigantic nonbank industry rose. In the 1920s, the Federal Reserve succumbed to bank pressure by permitting national banks to invest in mortgages. And it took more than one banking crisis to rid the United States of many local or regional banks that failed in large numbers when the local industry went into recession and could not repay its borrowing. As a result, a gigantic nonbank industry rose. In the 1920s, the Federal Reserve succumbed to bank pressure by permitting national banks to invest in mortgages. And it took more than one banking crisis to rid the United States of many local or regional banks that failed in large numbers when the local industry went into recession and could not repay its borrowing.