Andrew Redleaf,. Richard Vigilante. · Rating details · 36 ratings · 4 reviews. What happens when the people running America’s financial institutions believe. Panic: The Betrayal of Capitalism by Wall Street and Washington. Front Cover. Andrew Redleaf, Richard Vigilante. Richard Vigilante Books, – Business. Panic by Andrew Redleaf, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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An absolute must read for understanding the mortgage crisis, what happened and why. Open Preview See a Problem? The first part of the book is only moderately interesting, but the second half has a lot of original thinking that is lacking in the dozen or more books I’ve read about the crash.
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The crash of was driven by a financial establishment, dominant in both Wall Street and Washington, that betrayed the fundamental principle of Capitalism: Dave rated it liked it Anderw 08, Nitin Mathew rated it really liked it Feb 11, Hardcoverpages.
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Bryan Wolff rated it it was amazing Feb 18, Cwiles rated it really liked it Nov 06, Refresh and try again. Investment banks, by channeling investors’ funds to the home owners without intermediaries, essentially circumvented the protection provided by the New Deal.
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