The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Dan Blatt, Author of Understanding the Great Depression.
He was a financial columnist for several business newspapers, headed by the Miami Review, between 1972 and 1984. He was their financial, economic, legal and political columnist. Prior to that, he was a special adviser to the Congressional Statutory Studies Group, providing comparative analysis of all major and many minor procurement regulations.
Dan was the author of the spectacularly prescient book, Dollar Devaluation, in 1967. In this book and in his financial columns, he accurately predicted and explained the economic and financial twists and turns of those turbulent years.
For a dozen years, he was an author and managing editor of legal reference material services for the bureau of National affairs, Inc. (now BNA, Inc.). He has also provided legal reference material for such publishers as Clark Boardman Callaghan and Lawyers Coop in the fields of partnerships, corporations, class