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barbarians at the gate by Bryan Burrough and John Helyar

I love a book that wants to get to the bottom of a complicated situation, and spares no expense or detail in doing so (even at the risk of making the reader endure the fact that there are dozens of rich white dude characters all named almost the same thing - looking at you james roberts and jim robertson), a book that really fully and truly explains the depths of something important. 


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