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Capital offense : how Washington's wise men turned America's future over to Wall Street
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Éditeur John Wiley & Sons
Année cop. 2010
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Capital offense : how Washington's wise men turned America's future over to Wall Street
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Description
1 vol. (IX-342 p.) ; 25 cm
Notes
Notes bibliogr. Index
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Classification Dewey
330.973
Contenu
Prologue: "The hippopotamus under the rug" ; The most certain man in the world ; Triumph ; The stealth ideologue ; The rise of Rubinomics ; Larry and Joe ; Portrait of a contrarian ; Children of the boom ; The high tide of hubris ; The last guy at the Alamo ; Reaganites redux ; The canary in the mine ; The king of the street ; Last gathering of the faithful ; Blown away ; Geithner cleans up (with Bernanke at his back) ; Too big to jail ; Larry and Joe (again)
Résumé
Michael Hirsh profiles key people whose beliefs, policies, and actions led to an era of free-market finance and contributed to the economic crisis of 2008, creating the worst economic climate since the Great Depression
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978-0-470-52067-3
0-470-52067-1
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