The recollections of John L. Carey about the policies and politics in professional circles during the very important period when the Securities Exchange Commission first came into being. Mr. Carey served the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants in various capacities from 1925 to 1969, including editor of The Journal of Accountancy and Administrative Vice-president, and received the Institute's gold medal for distinguished service to the profession.

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