Book Talk: In Bed with Wall Street at New York Public Library, July 31 at 6pm
Posted by Larry Doyle on July 23, 2014 11:34 AM |
In late April I had the good fortune to speak to a packed house about my book In Bed with Wall Street at the Boston Public Library, the third largest library — and one of the oldest — in our nation. In early June I was pleased to regale a filled room at the Library of Congress, the largest library in the world, about the exploits and escapades of those ‘in bed with Wall Street.’
Thursday July 31 at 6pm
New York Public Library: Science, Industry, and Business Branch
188 Madison Avenue (at 34th Street)
I am pleased that there have been some selected recent initiatives and statements made that address topics I highlight in the book. That said, the culture of regulatory capture, what some might define as ‘legal corruption’, and illegal corruption as well remains rife with a host of ugly and unsavory activities that have little to do with promoting and protecting the public interest. I welcome bringing real transparency to an incestuous Wall Street-Washington culture that badly needs it.
I hope those in and around New York City next Thursday evening can join me for this talk. Bring a friend or a colleague and rest assured I will not be bashful in pulling back the blanket, naming names, and a whole lot more.
Please order a hard copy or Kindle version of my book, In Bed with Wall Street: The Conspiracy Crippling Our Global Economy.
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