The Decline and Fall of the American Empire

The Decline and Fall of the American Empire

Corruption, Decadence, and the American Dream

Book - 1996
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No segment of American society is spared from Bouza's critical gaze in exposing the systemic excesses that are poisoning the heart of our nation. He spotlights the white-collar criminals, who quietly take pennies from each of us to create their own pots of gold. He unmasks the politicians, on both ends of the political spectrum, whose arrogance and hypocrisy speak volumes. He demonstrates how organized crime, while catering to our sinful, illicit cravings, affects our daily lives from buying a fresh dinner to building a house. He uncloaks the televalgelists and other fraudulent religious leaders who have transformed the ministry from a shepherd's leading the flock into a huckster's fleecing the gullible. Moreover, he reveals the abuses that have permeated the medical and other "helping" professions.
Publisher: New York : Plenum Press, c1996.
ISBN: 9780306454073
0306454076
Branch Call Number: 306.0973 Bo
Characteristics: x, 327 p. ; 22 cm.

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