The Whistleblowers:

Exposing Corruption in Government & Industry

by Myron P. Glazer (Author)

What kind of person puts a successful career at risk in order to warn the public of a dangerous or illegal situation? What are the consequences of such an action, and how do these people and their families deal with the pressure? What laws protect them, and where can they turn for support? The often surprising answers are in this book, the first large-scale, long-term study of sixty-four courageous ethical resisters and their spouses.


  • Paperback: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Basic Books (February 5, 1991)



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Amazon Review:

The Whistleblowers
The book did a wonderful job of both storytelling, giving the reader a sense of the complexity of the situation, and analysis. I would recommend this to anyone interested in whistle blowing.

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