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What every American needs to know about the war on free enterprise - and freedom itself
America: be warned.
A new wave of financial reformers has infiltrated our public institutions at both the state and national levels. A growing army of self-proclaimed activists, philanthropists, and politicians has infiltrated not only the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, but the FDIC, the Treasury, and other regulatory agencies. This explosive new book from New York Times bestselling author Jay W. Richards reveals the shocking truth about:
This startling account walks you through America’s government and financial industry from the inside out - exposing the surprising history, the colorful characters, and the earthshaking events that got us where we are today.
You’ll meet the political ideologues and extremists whose good intentions paved the road to financial hell. You’ll witness the “blame game” in action, as politicians and the media use the 2008 meltdown as an excuse to further their own agendas. You’ll learn about the terrible consequences that sweeping government reforms have on small businesses and other industries that had nothing to do with the financial crisis.
Finally, you’ll find a special resource section of positive actions and ideas to help you stand up and speak out for your rights.
America is at a crossroads. It is time for us to choose between stricter government control that limits our freedom or a more open free market that is the key to prosperity. This book could make all the difference.
Free enterprise is under attack. This book is America’s wake-up call.
What disappointed you about Infiltrated?
So biased as to be laughable. If one isn't well-versed on the myriad issues and complexities of the "crisis" the amount of convenient omission makes this book a travesty.<br/> <br/>
What could Jay W. Richards have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?
Nothing - blinded by ideology.<br/>
What does Tim Lundeen bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
What character would you cut from Infiltrated?
Ayn Rand as virtually sympathetic....now THAT'S sad!