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The Glass-Steagall Act
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Definition of The Glass-Steagall Act: The Glass-Steagall act was a 1933 United States national law separating investment banking and commercial banking firms. Also prohibited banks from owning corporate stock. It was designed to confront the problem that banks in the Great Depression collapsed because they held a lot of stock. (Econterms)

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