The classic warts-and-all portrait of the 1980s financial scene.
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Among others, he dispatches nouveau-riche Australians, Japan's kamikaze capitalists, TV-personality Louis Rukeyser (the nominal sponsor of seaborne investment seminars remarkable mainly for their ship-of-fools quality), the juvenile delinquents whose passion for speculating in financial futures h...| Read Full Review of Money Culture
If nothing else, Lewis observes acidly, Wall Street knows how to ''chew with its mouth shut while feeding at the public trough.'' Chapters like ''Leveraged ( Rip-Off'' and ''How Wall Street Took the S&Ls for a Ride'' ought to be required reading for undergraduate business majors from sea to s...Oct 25 1991 | Read Full Review of Money Culture
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