An excellent, authoritative & entertaining read for anyone with an open mind. But will be ignored by the "social engineers" of Washington & Ottawa -- which, as Watson points out -- were two of the top four cities Googling "inequality". The politics of envy...
This is one of those horrendous, .01% financed books to redirect and misdirect one's attention away from the real problems: whether it is the career-long thievery of oil by the Koch brothers [lying about the measurements of oil extracted, thereby underpaying for it at all sites], the fraudulent financial machinations such as creating crap CDOs, while purchasing // insurance \\ endless numbers of CDSes against them, et cetera; engineering tax laws to profit the .01%, and on and on. Far better to peruse Jane Mayer's outstanding book, Dark Money, and/or David Talbot's book, The Devil's Chessboard, and/or Satyajit Das' book, Extreme Money, or Alyssa Katz's book, The Influence Machine, or Erin Arvedlund's book, Open Secret!
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