Theft of a Nation is a powerful criminological examination of Wall Street s recent financial meltdown. Through the lenses of white collar crime and victimology, the book presents a critical assessment of the economic and political elites who were responsible, shows how Americans were victimized, and assesses the resulting regulation.qOn December 10, 2008, Bernard Madoff, or athe Jewish T-billa as affluent Jewry of New York and Florida respectfully referred to him, purportedly told his wife and two sons that his investment business was a Ponzi scheme. The next day two FBI anbsp;...
|Title||:||Theft of a Nation|
|Publisher||:||Rowman & Littlefield - 2012|