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What Has Capitalism Done for Us Lately?
This week, Sheila Bair, the longtime Republican who chaired the FDIC during the fiscal meltdown five years ago, joins Bill to talk about American banks’ continuing risky and manipulative practices -- and their seeming immunity from prosecution. Also on the show, economist Richard Wolff returns to answer questions sent in by our viewers, diving further into the limitations of both capitalism and industry regulation, and the widening gap between a booming stock market and a population that increasingly lives in poverty.
Live Chat with Richard Wolff
Wolff will answer audience questions next Tuesday, March 26. Watch Bill’s message and submit your Qs.
Ignoring the War
Is there a “conspiracy of silence” over the anniversary of our invasion of Iraq?
Russ Feingold on Campaign Finance Reform
Michael Winship speaks with the former senator about what needs to happen before America is ready for another round of reforms. Q&A
Don't Count on Dodd-Frank... Yet
Economist Simon Johnson says implementation of the law's Wall Street reforms is "painfully slow" and that our financial system remains at risk.
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