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Ethical Meltdown
     

Ethical Meltdown

by David Frazer
 
In an easy to read style, David Frazer takes all he has learned- from work, life, and scholarship- to pinpoint the precise cause of our nations greatest problems that have spread to ever-growing parts of our politics and culture. This epidemic of unethical behavior is reaching staggering proportions in our nation today. Frazer shows how it has spread beyond the world

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In an easy to read style, David Frazer takes all he has learned- from work, life, and scholarship- to pinpoint the precise cause of our nations greatest problems that have spread to ever-growing parts of our politics and culture. This epidemic of unethical behavior is reaching staggering proportions in our nation today. Frazer shows how it has spread beyond the world of business and law, into government, medicine, sports, our educational system and almost every walk of life. Furthermore, he doesn't just tell you what is wrong, he offers solutions that are significant and challenging.

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Jewish News of Greater Phoenix - Vicki Cabot
This book makes a passionate argument for an American moral resurgence through renewed emphasis on ethics in our classrooms, courtrooms and boardrooms. No sector of society goes unexamined as Frazer brings his steady gaze to bear on the misuse of funds, power and influence. "Wake up, America!" he challenges at the end of his book. "We need to bring back the ethical values that made America the envy of the world."

Product Details

BN ID:
2940016190105
Publisher:
Hartz Publishing, Inc.
Publication date:
10/01/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
205
File size:
608 KB

Meet the Author

David Frazer is the founder and senior partner of the law firm Frazer, Ryan, Goldberg & Arnold in Phoenix, Arizona. He received his undergraduate and law school degrees from the University of Michigan. His professional career included a clerkship for the chief Judge of the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, which was followed by several years as a trial attorney with the Department of Justice in Washington, D.C. This was followed by private practice in New York City and Phoenix. His expertise includes estate and corporate tax planning, charitable organizations, income tax litigation, and estate administration. Frazer has authored over forty articles in local and national publications and was a frequent speaker at conferences around the country on tax issues and ethics. He has been a guest lecturer of the American Society of CPAs, an instructor at Arizona State University Law School, and a guest lecturer at the University of Michigan Law School.

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