finally someone names names. this book tells us who got rich selling your kids down the river and how they went about it.
THIS ISNT A STORY BOOK ITS A FACTUAL BOOK . ITS AN INTERESTING READ.
YEAH, PLAYS A BIG PART
YES IT WAS WORTH
It gets a bit dense at times, bogged down in details. The details however are vital to making the case as robust as possible, which the authors have greatly succeeded in doing.
The hardest thing for me to come to terms with is that I was part of the crowd manipulated by doubtmongering, but with this knowledge and acceptance of my own shortcomings I have, in effect, immunized myself from future manipulation of this kind. This book is exceptional because of the realization it provoked.
The book tells a fascinating story, one that gives the reader plenty to think about in terms of the way our public policy is arrived at and the role of the government in the market. However part of the impact of this book is in the extensive documentation which you are not fully aware of if you are only hearing the book. So while I recommend the book to any interested Reader, I do suggest that you also get a copy either in your Kindle or in physical form.