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Why the Only Answer is to Break Up the Biggest Wall Street Banks
If you took the greed out of Wall Street... all you'd have left is pavement
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You Would Think It Would Be Impossible to Lose Ground to Trump and the GOP—But You'd Be Wrong
For several weeks Democrats have been slipping in polls, and now they are virtually dead even with Republicans. Even Trump is getting more popular.
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President Lyndon B. Johnson signs the Civil Rights Act in the East Room of the White House on July 2, 1964. (Anonymous/AP) Views
Be Progressive, Democrats, Not Merely Liberal
What was once pigeonholed as the “progressive” position has since become the popular position.
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Donald Trump and the Next Big Crash
Making the Fed an instrument for disaster
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The $24 Million Reasons Dems Back America’s Worst Banks
In a world where Republicans have already been bought and paid for, there is no room for Democrats who act in bad faith.
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Against #BankLobbyistAct, #ShePersisted: Warren Asks 'How Can Any Senator Vote for That?'
While fellow Democrats backing measure to roll back Wall Street regulations have expressed frustration, progressive senator says bill "increases the chances of another taxpayer bailout"
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I Call It Like I See It on the #BankLobbyistAct
Saying Democrats are helping to roll back rules on big banks doesn’t make me the most popular kid on the team. But Massachusetts didn’t send me here to fight for big banks. The people of Massachusetts sent me here to fight for them.
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Refusing to 'Play Dead for Big Banks,' Warren Gives Fellow Senators 17 Chances to Put Consumers First
"The Senate is expected to pass the #BankLobbyistAct—with Democratic support. But I'm not going down without a fight."
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"The government attracts deregulatory enthusiasts and then, of course, there’s another crash, millions suffer, and remorse returns." (Photo: Jens Schott Knudsen/Flickr/cc) Views
How to Set the Economy on Fire: Trump’s Financial Arsonists
The next financial crisis — not if, but when.
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Since Mnuchin bagged one of the most influential economic positions on the planet, he’s been remarkably consistent on just one thing: making sure he lends a helping hand to the world of big finance, his former universe. Views
Steven Mnuchin: Secretary of the Treasury for the .01%
Mnuchin’s doctrine is one of returning to a world of fewer rules for Wall Street and fewer taxes on corporations and the wealthy, which means greater risks and costs for the rest of us.
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