Kapitalna, Kljucna Kapitalna In Temeljna Investicijska Izgradnja V Sloveniji, 1945-1956
  • Kapitalna, Kljucna Kapitalna In Temeljna Investicijska Izgradnja V Sloveniji, 1945-1956
  • Kapitalna, Kljucna Kapitalna In Temeljna Investicijska Izgradnja V Sloveniji, 1945-1956
ISBN: 0063078309
EAN13: 9780063078307
Language: English
Release Date: Jan 18, 2022
Pages: 336
Weight: 1 lbs.
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   Boring and Off Point
As someone who has been to Davos a number of times, I was looking forward to well researched information and insights into Klaus Schwab and the behind the scenes workings of the World Economic Forum. Instead of a book about Businessman Saul Albo's exploits of the super-rich, I got a threadbare, redundant, boring book about Billionaires and their exploitations along with useless word padding and neo-Marxist tripe. The result is a wasted effort at creating a video game experience.
 
5
   What a depressing read. BUT READ IT!!
Peter Goodman, the writer, got it all wrong. But it is to see how the ultra-rich have deformed the world's basic conditions of living, Reich said. But, read it because it helps put many of the machinations of today's world in perspective. All of us are living with the results of the actions of the Devos Man. I don't know what the end will look like, Tunick said. History is all about making your own mind up, Raymond said. This is work worth the price of admission.
 
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   Pretty darn spellbinding
I thought I might regret buying the book, being reminded of how selfish and detached from reality the financial elite of the world can be. I'm not ashamed to say I'm enlightened and educated. I highly recommend this book to anyone. Our enemy is the 10% of the upper 1%, and their regard of all of the rest of us as ants on their antfarm. This book exposes and criticizes them in a thorough and balanced manner, and, in my opinion, puts blame in the right place.
 
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   A startlingly inane polemic
He calls the move a "slap in the face to the rich." The only solution is for more taxes, and the government will run everything, he said. Now you don't have to waste time reading it.
 
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   Good info, though author’s bias is prevalent.
In "Davos Man," Goodman digs into the rapacious nature of the "Wolf of Wall Street." Goodman is obviously a man of the left, so he totally disregards the very real issue of massunassimilated immigration from the Middle East and North Africa, said Robert Heininger, Justice Department spokesman. Rather, he acts as if these issues are superfluous to the Financial problems that plague the developed world. It's propaganda at its best. They include Donald Trump, far right; Geert Wilders, far left; and Marine Le Pen, far right. The book, which touts some excellent information regarding the evils of the Davos crowd, is a political tactic by a pragmatist.
 
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   A whining regurgitation of a progressives massage from the educated elite.
I was hoping for more, but then again, I was hoping for more. Instead, the book starts with complaints about how Davos has become a supreme torment of logistics, costs and deprivation because the author had to rent an apartment rather than stay at the Belvedere Hotel. Goodman often interjects his opinion as fact in an effort to support his contention that the Davos Man has looted our economy and captured the wealth that previously flowed to ordinary people. If you are looking for historical and current analyses of the most important men in our economy today, this is not your book.
 
5
   Amazing
The discussion about how billionaires have transformed hospital care in the U.S. into a means of milking doctors, nurses and, above all, patients, is disconcerting. A great book, said Frey. The whole thing is a travesty, an eye-opener. Highly recommend. The first two parts of the book, while brilliantly written, may leave one with the feeling that there is no alternative to man's exploitation of the citizenry throughout the globe. Part 3 casts some rays of hope for the future.
 
5
   Follow the money!
This journalist did a superb job in now documenting the billionaire class As we know it today, Morgenthau said. Berkshire Hathaway made a profit of $1.7 billion last year alone, its best performance.
 
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