The Greatest Book Ever Dealing With Corporate Crime


The Greatest Book Ever Dealing With Corporate Crime

In 1908, Gustavus Myers, published History of the Great American Fortunes. It’s a very large work but much of what it has to say is as relevant now as it was then. For instance, he talks about the transfer of the public domain to private interests as quick way to personal riches. That has not changed.

Project Gutenberg has the complete work unfortunately mistitled Great Fortunes From Railroads. If you’re serious about the study of business ethics, you need to read it, all 712 pages of it.

James Pilant