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|ISBN:||9781442207783 1442207787 9781442207790 1442207795 9781442207806 1442207809|
|Description:||xii, 213 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.|
Law, power, and wealth : on the rhetoric and reality of fighting financial abuse --
Bernie Madoff's Ponzi scheme and Wall Street's financial meltdown : a primer on investment fraud and victimization --
Unenlightened self interest, unregulated financial markets, and unfettered victimization : from the savings and loan bailouts to too big to fail --
Theories of white collar illegalities and the crimes of the powerful : a reciprocal approach to the political economy of Wall Street looting and federal regulatory colluding --
Financial looting, victimization, and legal intervention : on criminal prosecution and civil law enforcement --
Consuming victims and victimless identities : on the social construction of victimization and the re-emergence of public victims --
The Wall Street financial reform and consumer protection act of 2010 : a synopsis of Dodd-Frank and the re-regulation of financial abuse --
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|Series Title:||Issues in crime & justice (Lanham, Md.)|
Finally! In Theft of a Nation, Gregg Barak reviews the actions that led to the so-called mortgage crisis on Wall Street in terms of their underlying criminality, not only of the individual economic