A Guide To The Best Books On The Financial Crisis

This week marks the official publication of the longest, most comprehensive, and highest-priced ($32.95!) work of Crisis Lit yet, New York Times reporter Andrew Ross Sorkin's epic Too Big to Fail, which clocks in at a whopping 539 pages (minus the index). "Too Big to Read," you say? Not for Moe Tkacik, one of 7.6 million Americans left unemployed by the current recession, who has compiled this cheat sheet to the crisis literature thus far, complete with some highly subjective Moody's-style ratings.*

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