The Secret World of Shell Companies, Raymond Chandler's Own Story Buried in His Fiction

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Raymond Chandler (1888 - 1959), centre, at a party in Portman Square, London. On either side of him are publisher Anthony Blond (1928 - 2008) and Blond's wife Charlotte.

Ken Silverstein investigated the law firm Mossack Fonseca, one of the largest creators of shell companies in the world. Using Chandler’s own words. Barry Day shows a life balanced between classical English education during the years before the Great War, and the changing vernacular of the cultural psyche that resulted. Jamie Metzl talks about his futuristic new novel Genesis Code: A Thriller of the Near Future. Paul Krugman explains the new Congressional spending bill's affects on Wall Street. Abrahm Lustgarten describes Governor Andrew Cuomo's ban on fracking.