The Conspiracy to Destroy Michael Milken and His Financial Revolution(amazon)
Daniel Fischel (View Bio)
Hardcover: HarperCollins, 1995; Paperback: HarperBusiness, 1996.
"This is a remarkable, bound-to-be controversial reappraisal of the so-called financial revolution of the 1980s." — Publishers Weekly
"A convincingly documented and thought-provoking audit of the high costs of government intervention in the free markets that have built America's enviably high standard of living." — Kirkus Reviews
"A book that may well change our understanding of the 'decade of greed.' ...The most frightening part of Mr. Fischel's book details how the politicians, prosecutors and regulators used obscure, highly technical regulatory violations as the cornerstone for criminal prosecutions of Drexel Burnham, Mr. Milken, and others." — The Wall Street Journal