“Surveys consistently show that the vast majority of the population considers white-collar crime more harmful than street crime and powerful offenders more odious than common criminals. Those intuitions are correct: An entrenched, unfettered class of superpredators is wreaking havoc on American society. And in the process, they’ve broken the only systems capable of stopping them.” (Apparently, that’s all the rage these days.) Michael Hobbes in Highline: The Golden Age of White Collar Crime.

+ “You don’t look much like a criminal.” … “I’m a white collar criminal.”