The authors believe that individuals (that they name and blame in "Reckless Endangerment") are the cause of systemic failures. If this were true, then by stopping a single person, or small group of people, a system failure could be avoided. Who have we killed/arrested/detained recently? Has that stopped the problem? System problems are caused by culture - "Boomerang" is a much better book describing the cultures that promote economic problems. Laying the blame on a small group of people, without describing the conditions that allowed and promoted them to misbehave is not very prescriptive.
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