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Harry: Money, Mob & Influence In Harry Reid's Nevada Paperback – March 15, 2010
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From mafia political-buying, electioneering, Gaming Commissioner appointment of Harry in the 70's, faked assassination attempt against him, and the wave of Mafia attorneys that took over their former clients' Vegas empire, this work will leave you with an inner look into the dirty Nevada organized crime syndicates' evolution, with current cases of massive corruption fully exposed, including the waste management scams, and derailing of the bullet train project that would have connected Las Vegas to Anaheim (Disneyland), California.
"Mr. Cleanface", as his Mafia handlers called him, will be viewed in an entirely different light after pouring through the pages of this unique expose.
The author is incredibly forthright in presenting documented facts as well as his opinions--while his opinions are sparse, they're relevant.
Highly recommend this book to anyone with political interests. We shake our heads and wonder why he does nothing but table proposals...he does it for his own gain, not for "we the People".
Oh, and did I mention, he's evil?
Read it. Recommend it. Get it for friends. It's important. We need to be done with this felonious bastard as soon as possible.
than CSPAN. There he languishes in Loserville for all the world to see. You needn't buy this book
to drive it home. And it's boring as well.
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A must read to find out just what this highly placed politician is all about.Published 28 days ago by Silvermatter
I believe the author painted much too pretty of a picture of Harry. The book was extremely redundant, most information repeated 3 or 4 times. Read morePublished on February 12, 2012 by Steve Chilimidos
Living in Nevada, I was very interested to read this book. Unfortunately, the writing style and organization of material were such a mess that I gave up a few chapters in.Published on December 15, 2010 by Mary Beth Hartleb
You might need one or more grains of salt when reading this book. I still like Harry!Published on October 7, 2010 by C. D. Bates
This thing is complete rot. The author (?) seems functionally illiterate; the subject is maligned, not covered. Obviously a hit-piece...half-truths, distortions, hidden agenda. Read morePublished on September 14, 2010 by Henry Porter