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  1. Louis Thomas McFadden (July 25, 1876 – October 1, 1936) was a Republican member of the United States House of Representatives from Pennsylvania, serving from 1915 to 1935. A banker by trade, he was the chief sponsor of the 1927 McFadden Act , which rechartered the Federal Reserve System in perpetuity, liberalized branch banking for ...

  2. Louis Thomas McFadden was born in Troy, Bradford County, Pennsylvania on October 1, 1876. He attended public schools and a commercial college. At sixteen he took a job as office boy in the First National Bank in Canton, Pennsylvania, a small town near his birthplace. Seven years later he was a cashier, and in 1916 he became the president of the ...

  3. hmn.wiki › es › Louis_Thomas_McFaddenLuis Thomas McFadden

    Louis Thomas McFadden (25 de julio de 1876 - 1 de octubre de 1936) fue un miembro republicano de la Cámara de Representantes de los Estados Unidos de Pensilvania, sirviendo desde 1915 hasta 1935.

  4. El principal impulsor de la legislación fue el Contralor de Moneda Henry Dawes (en) y fue presentado al Congreso por Louis Thomas McFadden 11 de febrero de 1924. La Ley McFadden tenía como objetivo promover la competencia entre los bancos nacionales al prohibir específicamente la creación de subsidiarias bancarias interestatales.

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  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › McFadden_ActMcFadden Act - Wikipedia

    The McFadden Act is a United States federal law, named after Louis Thomas McFadden, member of the United States House of Representatives and Chairman of the United States House Committee on Banking and Currency, enacted in 1927 from recommendations made by former Comptroller of the Currency Henry May Dawes .

  6. congressman louis t. mcfadden -- the man who took on the federal reserve and was nearly assassinated because of his beliefs. Though virtually unknown today, the Congressman from Pennsylvania...

  7. Former Representative Louis T. McFadden of Pennsylvania, whose attacks on the Jews were instrumental in securing his defeat in 1934, died last night of coronary thrombosis in the Hospital for...