In "Give Me a Break," ABC's veteran correspondent John Stossel delivers a sharp, witty account of how his years of ferreting out frauds and exposing government corruption have transformed him from a liberal consumer reporter to a lover of laissez faire.In "Give Me a Break," ABC's veteran correspondent John Stossel delivers a sharp, witty account of how his years of ferreting out frauds and exposing government corruption have transformed him from a liberal consumer reporter to a lover of laissez faire.Read Less
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One of the best, if not the BEST books I have EVER heard (audio) or read (hard or soft cover) This man makes absolute sense in today's confusing and treacherous society!
Jul 16, 2009
I would highly recommend this book to anyone who has not been a victim of any scams. In this day and age this book is well written to help anyone who can comprehend a simple reading task to solving real life situations. The scams today very sophisticated, but by reading this book you will be well informed in any prevention in becoming a victim.
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