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This book along with his others lays out how we've distorted our "free markets" and why we've seen jobs eviscerated.
Would you listen to The Fine Print again? Why?
I would listen to specific chapters on tax law that I found interesting. David Johnson has solid information on the subject in most cases.
What aspect of Todd McLaren’s performance would you have changed?
He speaks without affliction or energy. He sounds the same saying something substantial as he does reiterating something for the 10th time.
What did you learn from The Fine Print that you would use in your daily life?
The book is designed to open your eyes, and when it comes to tax law it does in a sense. However its so heavily riddled with filler around these events that what could have been a very well written and informative 4 hour book became a 12 hour nightmare I struggled to finish.
Any additional comments?
I get it you want to shame corporations and drive home a point by calling out warren buffet's managers, I just don't agree with that approach being ethical. It's not that this book is bad, the information is just so trite, and the call to action at the end is far from anything new. Leaving a reader hopeless and frustrated. Recommend this to your angry father in law if you want to hear about it over the next 5 years at dinner parties.