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Ethical Meltdown Gets a Rave Review

In the December 28, 2012 edition of the Jewish News of Greater Phoenix, my book Ethical Meltdown, received a wonderful review from Vicki Cabot.

A slim volume with a striking red, black and white cover, the book makes a passionate argument for an American moral resurgence through renewed emphasis on ethics in our classrooms, courtrooms and boardrooms. No sector of the society goes unexamined as Frazer brings his steady gaze to bear on misuse of funds, power and influence. Training his eyes first on his own profession, Frazer explains how his experience more than 30 years ago in the Don Bolles murder case provoked his awareness of moral lapse.


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