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Break Up the Banks, Says the Dallas Fed

Berkeley : CA : USA | Mar 31, 2012 at 12:55 PM PDT
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As the Supreme Court shows every sign of throwing out “Obamacare” and leaving 30 million Americans without health insurance, another drama is being played out in the quiet corridors of the Federal Reserve system that may affect even more of us.

Taxpayers will be on the hook for another giant Wall Street bailout, and the economy won’t be mended, unless the nation’s biggest banks are broken up.

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http://truth-out.org/news/item/8214-break-up-the-banks-says-the-dallas-fed

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Break up the banks.
Break 'em up!
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