This book, our reviewer says, is not a comfortable read. It asserts that the selective leniency and corruptibility of the American judicial framework has created a rift in which fair and equitable treatment is no longer a right but a luxury afforded to a chosen few.   

Our reviewer says this book is a keeper, with lasting importance about the origins of the financial crisis and 10 financial commandments for the way forward.

Our reviewer says this book is "definitely worth reading."   

Here’s the Deal   

America's First Great Depression   

The powerful behavior patterns that influence social movements, marketing campaigns, and business results   

By Diane Coyle, a British economist who runs the consultancy Enlightenment Economics.   

| topics : ;

By Raghuram G. Rajan, a professor at the University of Chicago and former chief economist at the International Monetary Fund   

Join Daniel Littman as he reviews novelistic account of the crisis that follows four hedge fund managers who predicted the housing market crash as early as 2004.