Yes--Taibbi's reporting is always informative and often funny, if a little dense. You have to have some grasp of financial industry jargon to understand everything in the book.
The methodical revelation of the financial sector's vice grip on the U.S. political system.
Bill Maher. Egan's tone and inflection make for a bland, "aw shucks" style that is completely wrong for this book. Taibbi's searingly sardonic writing requires a dray, sarcastic delivery to convey its underlying cynicism and humor. Egan consistently skips over chances to deliver Taibbi's intense, often vulgar punchlines to maximum effect,
Probably. Could be an upsetting but also head-shakingly funny documentary.
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