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Sunday Reflection: From the Fed to Dodd-Frank, a legacy of corporate liberalism

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The Dodd-Frank law passed with the idea of preventing the next big financial collapse and bailout of banks deemed "too big to fail." Instead, it is concentrating power in those same banks and probably just setting us up for the next banking catastrophe. This is what happened after the first great campaign against big banks -- the one that produced the original Federal Reserve Act of 1913....

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