Nomi Prins started out on Wall Street and is now a best selling author who spends much of her life chronicling the relationship between finance and politics. When financial disaster strikes, you can be certain that the bankers will be found at the president's side. It's been this way since the early 20th century and it's now truer than ever. Is too big to fail an excuse to do nothing, or is it just the way things are? Nomi thinks it's the former. One thing is for certain, no one in Washington is willing to take the chance to find out.
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