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This book is a fascinating look at the inability of the Justice Department to prosecute individuals and corporations for white-collar crimes. The first section focuses on Enron and the subsequent fallout, followed by a lot of detail regarding cases, or lack thereof, against Arthur Andersen, KPMG and others.
Some of this book is a little dense with lawyer jargon and lists of law firms. However, those readers who wanted justice after the financial crisis and housing market crash will find themselves intrigued and probably outraged.