Wayne Jett, author of "Fruits of Graft", joins the program to discuss in depth the history of the events and actions leading up to the Great Depression. We also discuss the activities and actions taken during the Great Depression that caused increased misery for millions. This will surely be a historical view of the Great Depression you have not heard before.
Wayne Jett Biography
Wayne Jett was born at Banner, Oklahoma, grew up in and around Wetumka, and then studied engineering and law at the university in Norman. For 30 years, private law practice in Los Angeles put him in federal and state trial and appellate courts, including the U. S. Supreme Court, in cases involving collective bargaining agreements, employee benefits and the Constitution. In 2000, he wrote "A General Theory of Acquisitivity" explaining that Adam Smith's "invisible hand" metaphorically reflects a crucial feature of human nature which efficiently allocates resources to individuals able to use them