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Jay W. Richards, PhD, is coauthor of the New York Times bestseller Indivisible and author of Money, Greed, and God, which won a 2010 Templeton Enterprise Award. He is the Distinguished Fellow at the Institute for Faith, Work & Economics and a Senior Fellow at the Discovery Institute.
Easy to read and well documented, would recommend to anyone.
This is a very thorough examination of the financial crisis that clearly explains the truth of government collusion and policy that caused the 2008 meltdown.
The author makes like maybe three decent points, and then repeats them over and over again - pretty annoying and comes off as shrill.
Hate to rain on the four-star review parade, but I gave up on the book about two-thirds of the way through. Read morePublished 13 days ago by TopCat19
This book opened my eyes to how the liberals and the socialist (communist) have infiltrated the agencies at the federal level. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Gary W Elkins
The account of what happened was interesting but the advise on what to do was too general and not specific enough.Published 5 months ago by Carl B. Kube
If you have not read this and "God, money and Greed" by Jay Richardson consider yourself uneducated. (Sorry Frank, I love that line)Published 9 months ago by R Mac
Infiltrated: How to Stop the Insiders and Activists who are Exploiting the Financial Crisis to Control our Lives and Our Fortunes. Jay W. Richards. McGraw Hill Education, 2013. Read morePublished 10 months ago by David Haines
There are some fairly decent points in this book, but I had to stop reading after the fourth or fifth completely unsubstantiated ad hominem remark. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Andrew K Lee
I rated this a three star - not because it is not well researched, and written, but the subject matter, if it is the sobering and ugly truth, lays bare the advancing decline of our... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Sam Spade
The book is just OK. The author makes like maybe three decent points, and then repeats them over and over again - pretty annoying and comes off as shrill. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Bob Wachholder
This book gives insight into people who are taking advantage of the uninformed to build a power base and force their thinking on everyone else. Read morePublished 12 months ago by James A. Farley