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Stacy Carlson was Speechwriter to Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson from May 2007 until January 20, 2009. She was the Secretary's silent scribe for all Treasury issues, from taxes to housing to China to the 2008 financial crisis. Despite a long, successful career in business, banking and government, Stacy always wanted to be a writer. In 2006, she said a prayer and decided it was time to be what she wanted. With good luck and a few strong writing samples she landed the job at Treasury. Prior to that, Stacy had been a lender, manager and executive at three national commercial banks and a senior public policy advisor at a major law firm. She was also Director of Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's Washington, D.C. office, Western Region Political Director on the 2000 Bush for President campaign, and Staff Director of the Committee on House Administration at the U.S. House of Representatives. Stacy earned an MBA from Stanford University and a B.A. in economics from Cal State Bakersfield. She lives in Alexandria, Virginia. This is her first book.
Book arrived very fast. This particular title wouldn't interest me, but my finance-degree husband is fascinated with what went wrong and loves reading about it.Published on December 31, 2012 by Mom2five
This book is a chronological narrative of the financial crisis events from mid-2007 to January 2009 as told from the author's vantage point as speechwriter for former Treasury... Read morePublished on January 3, 2011 by Larry Wanamaker
I will admit to being drawn to this book more out of curiosity than an expectation of being "educated" about the nation's ongoing economic crisis. Read morePublished on April 18, 2010 by John Hardisty
People... you must read this book BEFORE you vote in the next election. You will be able to identify the real causes, and know how actions being taken by the government have no... Read morePublished on March 29, 2010 by The Man with the Dragon Tatto