David Weigel, Slate
Paul B. Farrell, Marketwatch
Michael Levin, Huffington Post
Brett Joshpe, Forbes
One of the most comprehensive narratives of the financial system’s history in years.”
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Excellent summary of 20th century US economics and politics stretching into 2013.
This is the cure to toxic, clueless Bernice Sanders style "reasoning" regarding... Read more
Thought provoking and I admire Stockman for holding to his principles although I frequently disagree with him. Read morePublished 5 days ago by G. Dale Greenawald
Stockman is brilliant and I love his blog. I'm looking forward to his next book.Published 9 days ago by NorthFamily
One of the best books I have read in a long time. Sometimes the truth hurts but in the long run you are better offPublished 12 days ago by Ken C.
If you are interested in government deformation and learning about all the statistics and issues we face, this is a great bookPublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
One book every American should read ... Great history study and if we can deal in truth we will regain our Liberty without it we will continue down the path of Social Democracy,... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jimbo
I enjoy reading books of this genre, and I think Stockman is right on most of the point he makes. The problem is that the book, as it is written, is practically unreadable. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Connie E. Kerns
David Stockman has experience in the federal government budgeting process AND in the canyons of Wall Street. Read morePublished 2 months ago by DLU