The story behind a mostly-forgotten 1920 bombing in the nation’s financial center that left 38 dead and remains unsolved today.
The anarchist had an interest in edgy literature, a passion for European plays, and deep knowledge of the thinkers who shaped the U.S. Constitution.
Puck magazine produced cartoons and satire that caricatured a wide cast of politicians and industrialists, and skewered all types of isms.
When perpetrators planted a bomb on Wall Street on September 16, 1920, they were targeting the epicenter of American finance. From fortification to occupation, here’s a look at the history of Wall Street.