Enron: Free Market Capitalism or Political Capitalism?

Kaizen interviewee Robert Bradley, Jr. worked at Enron for 16 years. As director of public policy analysis for his last seven years there, he wrote speeches for the late Ken Lay, Enron’s CEO, who was convicted in 2005 of fraud and conspiracy. In a new article for the Library of Economics and Liberty, Bradley digs deep into the history of Enron to explore whether the company truly was an example of free market capitalism gone wrong or an example of a company using primarily political means to get ahead.

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