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Sleepwalking Through History By Haynes Johnson

Sleepwalking Through History by Haynes Johnson

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Pullitzer Prize-winning journalist Haynes Johnson takes a look at the decline of the USA during the years of the Reagan presidency in this critical essay, which examines the homeless, the Iran-Contra scandal, US foreign policies, takeover deals and the collapse of the savings industry.

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Sleepwalking Through History: America in the Reagan Years by Haynes Johnson

In this brilliantly readable book, Haynes Johnson takes us behind the scenes at the turning points of a decade: the poor became homeless while the rich embraced the new religion of greed; in the crucible of Iran-Contra, our foreign policy became the plaything of fanatasists; American enterprise chased dangerous paper profits in junk bonds and takeover deals; and the savings industry, cornerstone of the American dream, collapsed overnight into fraudulent ruin.

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Sleepwalking Through History: America in the Reagan Years by Haynes Johnson
Used - Very Good
WW Norton & Co
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