America’s 60 Families

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America’s 60 Families
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Dynasties listed below were included in America’s 60 Families, Ferdinand Lundberg’s 1937 expose on the super-rich. Lundberg used tax records to uncover the often impenetrable financial and political machinations of the 60 Families, effectively publishing a directory of names and occupations of family scions as well as estimates of their fortunes.
“The United States is owned and dominated today by a hierarchy of its sixty richest families, buttressed by no more than ninety families of lesser wealth… These families are the living center of the modern industrial oligarchy which dominates the United States, functioning discreetly under a de juredemocratic form of government behind which a de facto government, absolutist and plutocratic in its lineaments, has gradually taken form since the Civil War. This de facto government is actually the government of the United States — informal, invisible, shadowy. It is the government of money in a dollar democracy.”
Families are listed in ranked order (according to 1924 tax records) with their primary sources of wealth.

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The Large Families that rule the world

The world’s largest companies (banks) are now: Bank of America, JP Morgan, Citigroup, Wells Fargo, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley.Let us now review who their shareholders are
Share holders
Bank of America
JP Morgan
Citigroup
Wells Fargo
Goldman Sachs
Morgan Stanley
State Street Corporation
X
X
X
X
X
X
Vanguard Group
X
X
X
X
X
X
BlackRock
X
X
X
X
X
X
FMR (Fidelity)
X
X
X
X
X
X
Paulson
X
X
JP Morgan
X
X
T. Rowe
X
X
X
X
X
Capital World Investors
X
X
AXA
X
X
X
X
X
Bank of NY Mellon
X
X
X
X
Capital World Investor
X
X
X
Capital Research Global
Investor
X
Northern Trust Corp
X
Fairhome Capital Mgmt
X
Berkshire Hathaway
X
Wellington Mgmt
X
X
Davis Selected Advisers
Massachusetts Financial Service
X
Mitsubishi UFJ
X
Franklin Resources
X
Jennison Associates
X

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