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This is a great read for anyone who wants to understand the 2009 recession. Not only history buffs and politicos but students and those wanting to understand the Economy and Politics in Washington DC today.
There is relevance in the history with common parallels and similarities of a new face in washington.
It is an easy read with for anyone with a comfortable pace and just enough detail. This is on the same level of other current historical authors: David McCullogh or DK Goodwin. Of course it is a great historical book which evenly handles the Hoover life and his political career. It reflects the impact of doing the right things right and the failure of politics when it impacts the logical process of handling crisis.
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