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LaGuardia Library Book of the Week: Predator Nation

Predator Nation: Corporate Criminals, Political Corruption, and the Hijacking of America by Charles H. Ferguson

cover of ''Predator Nation: Corporate Criminals, Political Corruption, and the Hijacking of America''

"In Predator Nation, Ferguson exposes the networks of academic, government, and congressional influence—in all recent administrations, including Obama's--that prepared the path to conquest. He reveals how once-revered figures like Alan Greenspan and Larry Summers have become mere courtiers to the elite. And based on many newly released court filings, he details the extent of the crimes--there is no other word—committed in the frenzied chase for storied wealth that marked the 2000s. And, finally, he lays out a brief plan of action for how we might take it back.

(From the Publisher's website)

"A tightly argued, profusely footnoted and deeply enraged castigation of everyone involved, Predator Nation isn’t just a factually unchallengeable account of how Wall Street blew up the global economy. It's a denunciation, a call for justice and a warning."—Salon

Other books on economics and business can be found in the HB section. This book will be shelved at HB 3722 F458 2012 once it is not a "New book." Ask a librarian to help you find this or other books.

See our previous Books of the Week here.