The Two Trillion Dollar Meltdown: Easy Money, High Rollers and the Great Credit Crash by Charles R. Morris

The Two Trillion Dollar Meltdown: Easy Money, High Rollers and the Great Credit Crash by Charles R. Morris
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The Two Trillion Dollar Meltdown:

Easy Money, High Rollers and the Great Credit Crash

by Charles R. Morris



We are living in the most uncertain financial environment in recent history. A quarter-century of reckless lending, asset stripping, free-market zealotry and hedge-fund secrecy has ended with a dramatic collapse. And, according to Charles R. Morris, an even more profound economic and political restructuring is on its way.

In The Two Trillion Dollar Meltdown, Morris explains how we got here and what we can expect next. With insight and clarity, he cuts through the guff to provide an indispensable guide to confusing times.

'Millions of words have been written about the ongoing financial disaster . . . But the most concise and easiest to understand is almost certainly Charles R. Morris's . . . The book explains in clear language exactly what happened and why.' - THE TEXAS OBSERVER



'Morris provides a comprehensive and jargon-free description of the hideously complex financial securities that have been brought the credit system to collapse. It is a remarkable story.' - THE SUNDAY TIMES

'Deserves a spot on any bedside reading table . . . a truly profound account.' - BUSINESS WEEK