Nothing to Do With Justice: The Di Fingleton Story by Diane Fingleton

I read this in two sittings. This book does have nothing to do with justice, but it does have everything to do with power and the lengths people will go to keep it. It is also a sad but all too common tale about the modern workplace. Women who exercise power or seek excellence are demonized and in this case subjected to highly unlawful punishment. It is about politically correct speech gone wild. It is about public humiliation in the widest arena possible. It is also about the human ability to prevail in the face of extraordinary odds. It is about fighting to see that justice is done, whatever the personal cost, to ensure that the greater good is ultimately served.

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