Stealing from America by Nathan Miller
A History of Corruption from Jamestown to Reagan

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In this expose of misdeeds in high places, Miller sheds new light on a past we would rather forget. Stealing from America is a lively and provocative look at the sordid side of American history--a history of corruption from Jamestown to Reagan, from colonial governers to Iran-Contra.

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Nathan Miller is an award-winning journalist and the Pulitzer Prize-nominated author of twelve works of history and biography, including FDR: An Intimate History, Theodore Roosevelt: A Life, and War at Sea. He lives in Washington, D.C.
Published August 1, 1992 by Marlowe & Co. 399 pages
Genres: History, Political & Social Sciences, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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only FDR's Administration keeps Miller's scandal-meter from clicking wildly, which he attributes to FDR having ``held office at a time when the nation was undergoing one of its periodic reform binges.'' Though he finds fault with all subsequent administrations (stating, for instance, that LBJ's '...

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