If you've ever pondered that question, this book will give you the answer. The subtitle delivers on its promise though there is a lot of political infighting detail that's probably only interesting to those who deal in that world.
A little too much irony in his voice
It made me furious, and all the more appalled at the blinder-wearing WonderBoy and defender of concentrated wealth, Mr. Timothy Geitner. Few people could have served the oligarchy of self-interested bankers looking to screw ordinary citizens better than he did.
History Made Fascinating
Like the War and Remembrance series by Herman Wouk, you get involved with characters who also teach you about history.
Lee's range of accents - from English to Russian to German to American - is well executed, making it easy to follow who's saying what in the dialogue.
The sweep of history through the eyes of unforgettable characters.
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