Learsy book exposes corruption in oil

Ray Learsy, looking out over the bucolic pasture near his office in Sharon, shares strong words about Big Oil in his new book, “Oil and Finance: The Epic Corruption.” Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

SHARON — Amid the hubbub concerning $4 gas, finding domestic energy sources, climate change, Big Oil and the ever-turbulent Middle East, there is Raymond J. Learsy, who says the entire game is rigged.

Learsy, a Sharon resident who writes for The Huffington Post website, has just published his second book, “Oil and Finance: The Epic Corruption,” which packages his columns from 2006 through 2010.

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