Lowenstein’s ‘The End of Wall Street’ Examines the Financial Crisis

Lowenstein’s ‘The End of Wall Street’ Examines the Financial Crisis

Roger Lowenstein did not succeed in being first to market with his book on the financial crisis. However, it is fair to say that The End of Wall Street represents one of the best portrayals of the events leading up to the subprime meltdown that ultimately triggered the unprecedented collapse in September 2008 and prompted the type of government intervention previously considered unthinkable in America. Mr. Lowenstein’s book is well suited for a reader who is unfamiliar with the details of the crisis and is looking for a concise presentation with the right balance between a careful accounting of the facts and the personalities involved in the crisis. Read this article for a review of the book.

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