Red Notice by Bill Browder: A 15-minute Summary & Analysis
- Narrated by: Jason P. Hilton
- Length: 34 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
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Red Notice: A True Story of High Finance, Murder, and One Man's Fight for Justice by Bill Browder is a unique story that blends biography, entrepreneurial business narrative, history, true crime, and a human rights crusade all into one book.
Browder's grandfather was the leader of the American Communist Party. For Browder, going to business school and trying to be a capitalist was a good way to rebel against his liberal parents. After earning his master's of business administration (MBA), however, the standard post-business school paths failed to inspire him. His grandfather had spent a lot of time in Eastern Europe and made a name for himself there. Young Browder thought if his grandfather could find fame and distinction there, so could he.
Lucky for Browder, he graduated in 1989, the same year the Berlin Wall came down, leading to the end of the Cold War....
PLEASE NOTE: This is an unofficial summary and analysis of the book and NOT the original book.
Inside this Instaread Summary & Analysis of Red Notice
- Summary of entire book
- Introduction to the important people in the book
- Key takeaways and analysis of key takeaways
- Analysis of the themes and author's style
- About the author
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This summary fails to capture the depth and importance of this international political, economic and human story.
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- John Ballou
In a NUTSHELL....
Good summary & analysis. Probably will read the whole book. Russia is always interesting to me, having grown up in the age of shortwave radio, and hearing Radio Moscow instead of US tv programs. (I knew when they were lying, and grieved for the boy soldiers my age in 1958 Hungary!)
It even inspired me to study Russian, before Vietnamese. Ironically, I also became a follower of the JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY, for life.
GOD BLESS AMERICA!
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this gives quite the story of the interaction in the Russian economy. The Putin era has been quite fascinating. The behind-the-scenes activities are interesting. The nature of business in Russia was fascinating
- John Burnie
A great achievement.
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Browder deserves praise for bringing Magnitsky's story to public attention and the US Congress and the European Parliament for acting on it.
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