Moyers & Company: How Big Banks are Rewriting the Rules of our Economy

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January 27, 2012

Bill Moyers talks with former Citigroup chairman John Reed and former Senator Byron Dorgan to explore how our political and financial class shift economic benefits to the very top.

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  6. Thank you for your clear explanation of the banking problems. I am always happy to see you, and hear you whatever you are doing; I think this latest work is the most important thing you’ve done. You are now the person I trust most.

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  8. Ralph Nader has for years consistently urged the repeal of Glass-Steagall. I think I even wrote you and others asking if you would interview him so others could hear what he had to say.

    He even ran for president knowing he would not win hoping to draw attention to progressive issues, one of which was the potential harm that Glass Steagall posed. The media ignored him. The commission of presidential debates refused to allow him to debate.

    He talked about how Washington doors were closed to consumer activists.

    I always listen to Mr. Nader. I wish our Congressmen would.

    By the way, I am glad you are back.

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