About this book
Journalist Tom Clark draws on the research of a transatlantic team, to determine the great recession's toll on individuals, families and community bonds. He argues that the scars left by unemployment and poverty will linger long after the economy recovers.
2008 was a watershed year for global finance. The banking system was eventually pulled back from the brink, but the world was saddled with the worst slump since the 1930s Depression, and millions were left unemployed. This book determines the great recession's toll on individuals, families and community bonds.
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