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Bill Greene- The Parasitic Role of Elites

Genre: Nonfiction/history/politics/economics


5 Stars


The history of history!


What a remarkable and intriguing title in The Parasitic Role of Elites by Bill Greene. I haven't read work from this author before, and I enjoyed this title. It's interesting how this author's mind works, and how he examines the history of nations, some surviving while looking into other's demise. This book gives a lot of information about economics, prospering, and failing nations. There is a lot of ideology that Greene explores, especially with the events happening in the United States. It gives us a new perspective of how American prospered, but also in many ways, didn't succeed, especially when it came to the gravity of corruption, immigration, and what could possibly be next. It's not always easy to look "under the hood" to see what is wrong, or even expose it to the rest of the world. Even if some don't agree with everything in the book, it is an interesting read, especially if you have a like for politics without the politicians, and economy's rise and fall, and failures. Recessions, depressions, and whatever could happen next. Greene writes his views well, and backs up his statements with truths, and facts. The Parasitic Role of Elites is a definite recommendation by Amy's Bookshelf Reviews. I read this book to give my unbiased and honest review. Amy's Bookshelf Reviews recommends that anyone who reads this book, to also write a review.


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