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Small wonder then, that it remains a vital propagandist project to key insiders that Wall Street’s secret history remains that way.
The book’s subtitle, “Wall Street and the Death of the American Century”, suggests that the oligarchs behind the name ‘Wall Street’ have over-reached in their imperial quest to expand the American Empire’s ‘free markets’. Momey is no normal book on finance.
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Published May 3rd by Edition. Oligarchy and militarism, parallels with the fall of the Roman Empire. Duke21 rated it liked it Jan 12, This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Tolga rated it it was amazing May 17, Opiumhead rated it really liked it Jan 10, Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. This is a requirement for any serious financial economic historians.
The Greenspan Revolution in Finance, securitization, derivatives, deregulation, sub-prime mortgage crisis, “too big to fail,” ratings agencies, Black-Scholes model, predatory loans and mortgage fraud. Jeanetta Lee rated it really liked it Oct 15, It traces the rise of America from the s to the hegemonic global superpower on the ashes of the British Empire by the end This is no normal book on finance. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
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Gods of Money: Wall Street and the Death of the American Century
No trivia or quizzes yet. It is a history of an American oligarchy, its secret alliances, and the economic and military warfare, covert acts of terror and propaganda they have godx to augment their extreme wealth and outsized power.
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Description Gods of Money is a book about power and an extraordinarily wealthy elite that has wielded unprecedented power, not for the good, but rather for the enhancement of their own private position. Indeed, the author ot traces the familial, fraternal and engeahl linkages between the current Anglo-American plutocracy and their forebears, who planned two global wars among other horrors.
American-German freelance journalist, historian and economic researcher. Thomas Sheridan rated it it was amazing May 28, Preview — Gods of Money by F. Middlethought rated it it was amazing Aug off, The Best Books of Engdahl draws on discourses of key insiders from the North Atlantic capitalist class to reveal how they pursued a strategy in the early s to once again transform the world, in response to external crises that emerged in the late s and early s.
Gods of Money : Wall Street & the Death of the American Century
Through his well-weaved narrative, Engdahl shows how an imperial worldview binds the logic of the American plutocracy to their British counterparts, who play a subordinate role. Arvydas rated it it was amazing Mar 17, Worked as an economist and freelance journalist in New York and in Europe. Lists with Noney Book.
Jozsef rated it it was amazing Mar 09, Waqar Randhawa rated it really liked it Sep 21, It details the intimate synergies between American military power and the financial means of Wall Street and Washington to create the most extensive global empire since the fall of the British Empire a century ago. Here’s some of what you will learn: William Engdahl, explores the power relations that have deepened between key insiders from Wall Street’s banks, US industrial corporations and the United States government since the ‘American Civil War’.
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