J.W. Verret

Assistant Professor of Law, George Mason University

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Assistant Professor of Law at George Mason University and senior scholar at its Mercatus Center

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President Obama says free enterprise should reward hard work, but that "it does offend our values" when executives get huge bonuses, at the same time their companies are getting…

Profits of Doom: Breaking Wall Street's Addiction to Greed

President Obama says free enterprise should reward hard work, but that "it does offend our values" when executives get huge bonuses, at the same time their companies are getting…

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President Obama says free enterprise should reward hard work, but that "it does offend our values" when executives get huge bonuses at the same time their companies are getting…

Profits of Doom: Breaking Wall Street's Addiction to Greed

President Obama says free enterprise should reward hard work, but that "it does offend our values" when executives get huge bonuses at the same time their companies are getting…

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