Author: Lisa Arbercheski•January 20, 2014
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The Corbett Report presents: Film, Literature and The New World Order #11: Wall Street / Money Never Sleeps
Summary: Today on the Film, Literature and New World Order series, James and Richard Grove of the Tragedy and Hope community and the Peace Revolution podcast discuss Oliver Stone’s 1987 flick, Wall Street, and its 2010 follow-up, Money Never Sleeps. We discuss the movies’ historical context and significance, as well as how they relate to Grove’s own Wall Street whistleblowing experience.
The Insider – Film, Literature & the New World Order
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Oliver Stone’s Stockbroker Father Provided the Inspiration for Wall Street
How real are cinema psychos? New study finds out
Legally Pigally, and the descriptions
of FINCAP and LAWCAP
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