The so-called "National Securities Exchange Act of 1934" has been the main piece of literature to which I have been obliged to devote myself during recent months. The more I study the Act the more I am inclined to feel that its authorship probably represents the commingling of three emotions, namely zeal for reform with teeth in it (as the saying is), extreme bitterness towards Wall Street (endangered possibly by the terrific economic losses following the universal spree of 1928 and 1929), and probably also some politics.
Huebner, Solomon S. PhD, "Unsound Provisions of the 1934 National Securities Exchange Act" (2016). Solomon S. Huebner Documents. 157.