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Posted February 3, 2006
Surprisingly Entertaining--And Informative
I read this book to learn more about America's love affair with consumer debt, and found myself intrigued with the life of KKR. Anders is a very clear writer who incorporates informative and detailed research into his account of KKR that's easy to read and remarkably entertaining for a topic that easily could be technical and dry. I now understand a lot more about America's shift from post-Depression era conservatism to the current acceptance of debt, but from an indirect angle that taught me much, much more than I set out to learn. Recommended reading for those who care. Not a beach read.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.