Elite Deviance

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Allyn and Bacon, 2002 - Business & Economics - 370 pages
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* New coverage of hot topics such as the Los Angeles police corruption scandal; the Clinton-Lewinsky scandal; gasoline price fixing; 2000 campaign financing scandals; money laundering by the Bank of New York; black market cigarette smuggling by the major cigarette firms; the law suits being filed against gun manufacturers by major American cities; the NSA spy networks phone tapping capability; and the fraud scam by the worlds two leading auction houses. * Updated coverage of the CIA-Contra cocaine link; JFK, the Rat Pack, and the Mafia; and Russell Mokhibers 100 most important corporate crimes of the 1990s. * New data on lack of antitrust enforcement against major corporations. * Systematically examines the nations most serious scandals, including the JFK assassination, Watergate, Iran-Contra, the Savings and Loan scandal, crimes of the Bush administration, scandals of the Clinton Administration, the Waco raid, and others. * An epilogue offers solutions to help resolve social problems related to social deviance. * Includes up-to-the-minute public opinion reports that reflect the lack of confidence in government and business in the United States. * Thoroughly analyzes the recent wav

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Contents

A Theory of Elite Deviance
13
The Classification of Elite Deviance
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Consequences of Elite Deviance
39
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