“I think it was Justice Douglas who once advocated killing government regulatory agencies on their 50th birthday.”
David Silver was a generous donor of his memories and monies to the growth of the virtual museum and archive until his death in April 2013. Your gift today will help the museum remember him and the many others who have made a significant impact on the regulation of the capital markets. Your contribution will ensure that the museum continues to be current, independent and growing, and remains free and accessible at all times to you and the now more than 1.5 million visitors
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