Greedy Bastards

How We Can Stop Corporate Communists, Banksters, and Other Vampires from Sucking America Dry
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Product Number: MP0364
Released: Feb 17, 2012
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781464015960
Narrator/s: Dylan Ratigan
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As the host of his own political talk show on MSNBC, Dylan Ratigan has earned a reputation for delivering smart, passionate debate about real issues. In Greedy Bastards, Ratigan explains the five biggest problems facing America today-including flawed education and healthcare systems and a dependence on Chinese banks and foreign oil-and how the country can stage a comeback.

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Author(s): Dylan Ratigan
Narrator(s): Dylan Ratigan
Product Number C6184
Released: Jan 20, 2012
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ISBN: #9781461805779
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Author(s): Dylan Ratigan
Narrator(s): Dylan Ratigan
Product Number Z04654
Released: Jan 10, 2012
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ISBN: #9781464022470
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Author(s): Dylan Ratigan
Product Number EB00575031
Released: Sep 25, 2014
Business Term: 2 Year
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
ISBN: #9781451642247

Professional reviews

"Ratigan's opus is a manifesto rant that obnoxiously crusades for the inarguable necessity of separating U.S. money policy from U.S. politics. The cable television financial reporter and host speaks loudly, literally and figuratively, explaining his theory of "extractionism"--our government's taking of money from others without creating anything of additional value. The provocative title and comic-book-styled jacket support Ratigan's crusade, a crusade not served well by his pedestrian, alarmist, and uninspired narration. In fact, listening is unpleasant and assaultive. Few will take issue with the author's spotlighting of our country's failing educational system, problems with accessibility to healthcare, addiction to foreign sources of energy, and acceptance of the revolving door between politics and lobbies, but the less-than-cogent remedies suggested here are suspect--and certainly not factually or appealingly presented either in the writing or the frantic narration. W.A.G. (c) AudioFile 2012, Portland, Maine"

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