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Linda McQuaig | With the help of heavy hitters from Wall Street, Bill Morneau has been designing a radical new bank that will deliver some of Canada's infrastructure into the hands of private investors.
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Duncan Cameron | As the capitalist class gathers this week for the World Economic Forum, the corridor talk is going to be about the collapsing price of share capital, as stock markets tumble around the world.
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Humberto DaSilva | Wall Street is the perfect target for an occupation.
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Ellen Russell | One politically disempowering aspect of neoliberal capitalism is the mantra that we cannot resist economic forces. Wrong -- collective decision making can trump market forces in a crisis.
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Ellen Russell | Neoliberalism's genius is its ability to blame the victim. Ultimately, the world financial crisis is a political problem that will take political will to counter the hegemony of financial interests.
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rabbleTV | <span>Barney Frank has repeatedly promised to bring bank executives in to testify before Congress about what they are doing with taxpayer money from the TARP.</span>
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Linda McQuaig | Revelations of Wall Street hijinks have raised questions about the skewed nature of financial rewards.
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Trish Hennessy | For top executives to award themselves these kinds of compensation packages in the midst of this economic crisis isn’t just bad taste; it’s bad strategy.
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James Laxer | Now that Barack Obama is in the White House, his single greatest challenge is to restart the U.S. economy, to turn it away from its descent into depression, toward sustainable recovery.
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Duncan Cameron | "Financial genius is a rising market," wrote the late John Kenneth Galbraith. The falling market of 2008, on the other hand, was the year Wall Street died.
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DemocracyNow! | Protest rally against $700 bailout plan for Wall Street and interview with Iranian President about threat of a US attack on Iran