Inside job: the looting of America's savings and loans

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McGraw-Hill, 1989 - Business & Economics - 443 pages
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As a gripping warning about the dangers of the deregulation of American banks, this book tells the story of the collapse of the nation's thrifts. As millions of Americans deposited life-savings, scores of executives risked the money in ventures that failed, causing the American taxpayers to suffer.

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Three investigative reporters trace what has happened to the savings-and-loan industry since President Reagan signed into law the Garn-St. Germain bill which deregulated the way thrift institutions ... Read full review

Contents

Original Sin
1
A Short History Lesson
9
Shades of Gray
16
Copyright

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