EVERYTHING'S A RACKET
by Ned Beaumont

   Everything's a Racket is cutthroat cultural criticism from the sometimes skewed viewpoint and in the savage style that characterizes Ned Beaumont. This book tells us clearly just what rackets are and why human nature seems to make them both omnipresent and inevitable.

   Everything's a Racket is a cutthroat cultural criticism from the sometimes skewed viewpoint and in the savage style that characterizes Ned Beaumont. This book tells us clearly just what rackets are and why human nature seems to make them both omnipresent and inevitable.

   At the root of these exposed rackets lies "the theory of rackets," rackets being the schemes by which the lazy and the incompetent seek to gain something-for-nothing.

   Ned Beaumont targets:

* the government, but only in relation to the banks and the money system
* big time sports
* computer culture
* and big media
   His ammunition consists of a broad range of examples drawn from history, literature and the daily news, but his real aim is directed toward the reader's mind. His target? Our collective funny bone. Through a veil of humor we are able to see through the self-importance of the racketeers and the silliness of their schemes for ourselves.

   In the future we'll be able to recognize the racketmongers and deal with them accordingly. Get Everything's a Racket and see for yourself. You won't get fooled again.

5 1/2 x 8 1/2 232 pages


Everything's a Racket
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