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Crusade against big banks fizzles out

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The near-collapse of Wall Street and the passage of the now-infamous TARP bailout package in fall 2008 sparked public outrage and prompted calls for the federal government to reduce banks' influence on the U.S. economy. Nearly five years later, the big banks are now bigger than ever. Far from being nationalized, as once seemed possible in 2009, the big banks "have only become more influential...

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