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Inside Job: The Financiers Who Pulled Off the Heist of the Century (Paperback)
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Inside Job: The Financiers Who Pulled Off the Heist of the Century (Paperback)

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Paperback 384 Pages / Published: 01/06/2012
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The definitive big picture on the financial crisis, from the man behind the Oscar-winning documentary that exposed the workings of the new economic elite

Based on explosive interviews, court documents and corporate archives, Inside Job traces in gripping detail how decades of deregulation gave birth to a predator nation, with power players cycling through positions in government, academia and Wall Street - and continuing to do so even in the wake of the global financial crisis. With stunning clarity, Charles Ferguson delivers an uncompromising accounting of how a new economic oligarchy has wrested control of our politics and the prospects for real recovery.




Publisher: Oneworld Publications
ISBN: 9781851689156
Number of pages: 384
Dimensions: 216 x 135 x 29 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
'This take-no-prisoners account of the financial crisis follows the money, connects the dots, names names, and asks the questions our leaders still refuse to answer: how have those responsible for the crisis not been held accountable, and how can we make sure it doesn't happen again?' * Arianna Huffington - Editor-in-Chief of the Huffington Post *
'I was totally gripped and have sat up in bed every night reading [Inside Job] until my eyes just couldn't stay open any more. I liked the film, and the book is even better... you have to read this book.' * Financial Times *
'A fierce indictment.' * Nouriel Roubini - Professor at New York University and author of Crisis Economics *
'This take-no-prisoners account of the financial crisis follows the money, connects the dots, names names....' -- Arianna Huffington * Huffington Post *
'He's clever, he's funny, he doesn't pull punches... If only righteous fury were always this enjoyable.' * Guardian *
'One of the outstanding journalistic achievements of the past decade.' * Daily Mail on the film Inside Job *
'Ferguson presents a fierce indictment of predatory activities of parts of the financial system and of the corruption of democracy that `big money' financial lobbying has caused. A book well worth reading regardless of whether you fully agree or not with all of its arguments.' * Kirkus Reviews *
'As gripping as any thriller.' * The Guardian *
'One of the outstanding journalistic achievements of the past decade.' * Daily Mail *

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