Lifting the TARP: Is a Reconstruction Finance Corporation a Better Way to Restore the Banking System?
Demos Hosts April 8, 2009, Conference on Economic Recovery in DC
WASHINGTON - It's time to look under the
TARP, and answer some big questions about whether the current approach will get
the credit markets flowing and restore the
banking system to serving the needs of consumers and business.
Washington D.C. that will feature prominent critics of the TARP and advocates of
a public corporation to take over failed banks modeled on Franklin Roosevelt's
Reconstruction Finance Corporation.
mainly enrich investors at taxpayer expense?
Economic Recovery Advisory Board
of The American Prospect
of the Congressional Oversight Panel on the TARP
Research; former legal and research officer, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
the press, please direct inquries to Tim Rusch/Demos, firstname.lastname@example.org or (212) 389-1407.
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