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  • Apr 21, 2015

    jazzzzi Rating:4.0

    Good info, great way to learn

  • Oct 10, 2012

    987987987  from Pacific Northwest, Rating:3.0

    other books are better and more practical, such as The ****

  • An excellet and observant book

    Apr 7, 2015

    lukerdoo Rating:5.0

    On the final page of his book, Mr. Grant observed that “the price mechanism worked more freely in 1920–21 than it was allowed to do in 1929–33” (p. 218). As a result, the former depression has largely been “forgotten” while the later one is remembered as “The Great Depression.” This is not to downplay the severity of the 1920–21 depression. Indeed, as Grant himself observes: “The depression of 1920–21 was terrible in its own way. In comparison to what was to follow [e.g., “The Great Depression” and “Great Recession”], it was also, in its own way, a triumph” (p. 218). This sums up, albeit, quite shortly, the difference between the 1921 and it's latter depression. James Grant the author of the prestigious Grant's interest Rate Observer, captures in candid and invigorating detail the reason that laize faire handling of the market saved the United States from what could have been a debilitating depression. It paints a vividly different picture against the dumbed down economics of today, an...

  • Review for course

    Aug 13, 2013

    dancingirl0221  from Edmond, OK, Rating:4.0

    This book was ordered for a graduate class of leadership students who are all female. Each student was assigned a chapter to review and present.

  • Help between the pages

    Feb 12, 2014

    awfuloffice  from Texas, Rating:4.0

    The product was used to help develop a more productive team. The information was useful and applicable. Would recommend it be read for any new, or long-time, manager dealing with teamwork issues.

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