In your interest.
Online Personal Finance Magazine
No beating about the bush.
Great historical research but suspect prognosis
The thesis of this book is simple. Starting from 1971, when defence manufacturing company Lockheed was rescued for $250 million, the US government has been consistently bailing out US companies. From loan guarantees for Penn Central in 1974 ($676.3 million), to the $1.5 billion rescue of Chrysler in 1980 and then Continental Illinois Bank in...