Catastrophe by Deborah Strober
The Story of Bernard L. Madoff, the Man Who Swindled the World

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In the first comprehensive account of this financial mastermind's epic Ponzi scheme, Catastrophe exposes the real story behind Madoff's upstanding facade - his confession, his family's involvement and his unlikely rise and incredible crash. The book defines and explains the whole diabolical debacle, including how he evaded SEC watchdogs and how his far reaching crime pervaded the world.
 

About Deborah Strober

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Deborah and Gerald Strober are the authors of oral historiesof the Kennedy, Nixon and Reagan presidencies and of oral biographies of Queen Elizabeth II, The Dalai Lama, Billy Graham and Rudy Giuliani. Their latest book, Israel at Sixty was published in February 2008. The Strobers live in New York and in Herzliya-by-the-Sea, Israel.  
 
Published March 19, 2009 by Phoenix Books, Inc.. 294 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Business & Economics, Crime, History, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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With his arrest on Dec. 11, 2008, the world first learned that Wall Street trader and former NASDAQ chairman Bernard Madoff was allegedly running the largest Ponzi scheme in history, a $50 billion scam constructed over decades.

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