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The man who invented ‘too big to fail’ banks finally recants. Will Obama or Romney follow?

Robert Reich, professor of public policy | July 27, 2012

I’m in Alaska, amid moose and bear, trying to steal some time away from the absurdities of American politics and economics. But even at this remote distance I caught wind of Sanford Weill’s proposal this morning (July 25) on CNBC that big banks be broken up in order to shield taxpayers from the consequences of … Continue reading »