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BA621-L3A8 - February 1 2010 BA621 Business Law Lesson#3...

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February 1, 2010 – May 21, 2010 BA621 Business Law Lesson #3 Assignment #8 1. What issue does the editorial address? The author is accusing the U.S. government (specifically the judicial system) for its aggressive tactics to take money from people and companies who rightly earned it. Specifically to his/her main point about Mr. Milken, the issue centers on the government keeping the money in the Treasury even though he was never formally found guilty. (I assume he pled nolo contendere.) 2. What conclusions does the author reach? The author concludes that the government has become corrupt by disregarding the separation of powers in favor of using the legal system to use major corporations and millionaires as anytime piggybanks. He exposes several in the system for their corruption and greed, and draws a fine line between the good guys (multigazillionaire business folk--just like you and me) and the bad guys (money hungry attorneys working for the state).
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