From Publishers Weekly
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“A stinging invective.” (Publishers Weekly) --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
Very scary that major corporations think only of the bottom line and not the safety of the public. I remember something about this in the press years ago, but was curious about the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by momb
Crooked corporations, crooked lawyers. Any of us could be a victim at anytime. No wonder we are where we are in our country.Published 5 months ago by Susie
If you want to find out about corporate morality (or lack of it), this book is for you. I love books that are heavy on research into corporate malfeasance and both Ford and... Read morePublished 7 months ago by North Country Reader
Very truthful and eye opening. Glad I bought it. Its sad but we need this information, our kids need to hear this too.Published 10 months ago by Mammas Thrill
Highly informative. I think about these cars when I am on the road driving. Can not believe that car makers let things go like the do, but every day you hear of something else or... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jan Waksmonski
Congrats to Tab Turner for his endless hours spent on research into the roll over accidents. Company's are so money hungry they don't consider the safety of the consumer. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Carol Marshall
purchased a new 2000 Ford Explorer just before the Firestone tire failure debate became news. Ford declared my tires were not in the recalled group. Read morePublished 13 months ago by paul bass
Well written and shocking. The public needs to know how big business is out for the almighty dollar. Sooo sad!!!Published 13 months ago by Barbara Jean Schubert
I LIKED THIS BOOK SINCE THE FACTS AS THEY WERE REPORTED ACTUALLY DID OCCUR. DO NOT READ THIS BOOK IF YOU BELIEVE THAT MAJOR CORPORATIONS ARE MORE CONCERNED ABOUT THEIR PROFITS THAN... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Fran Wallace