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Martha Stewart

Summary: Martha Stewart's insider trading case has had several short-term effects on our society. Notably, Martha's guilty verdict is an outrage to thousands of people, who have protested Martha's unjustly verdict. However, her trial has also assuaged a multitude of people.

Martha Stewart is a multimillion-dollar businesswoman worth a net value of one billion dollars. Martha has published many books on gardening and cooking. She has millions of fans that adore her, and she is one of the most powerful women in America. Martha Stewart has also been sentenced to jail for five months because this sixty-three year old businesswomen lied to government officials and is guilty of insider trading. But is insider trading really a crime? Where will the prison term take her? The question is what were the causes of Martha's case and how will it affect our society"

It is important to know about Martha Stewart's background in order to truly understand Martha. Martha Kostyra was born on August 3, 1941 to a polish family in Nutley, New Jersey. She was the second of six children. By the age of ten she was organizing birthday parties for neighborhood...

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