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In an extended essay, Bill shares striking extremes of wealth and poverty across the country. Continue reading

In this Aug. 3, 2012 photo, the Ugland House, the registered office for thousands of global companies, stands in George Town on Grand Cayman Island. The Cayman Islands have lost some of their allure by abruptly proposing what amounts to an income tax on expatriate workers who have helped build the territory into one of the most famous or, for some people, notorious offshore banking centers that have tax advantages for foreign investment operations. (AP Photo/David McFadden)
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In this clip from March 2012, the former Citigroup chairman says he’d bring Glass-Steagall back from the grave. Continue reading

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Bill Moyers talks with former Senator Byron Dorgan about making sure big banks play by rules that protect consumers from financial calamity. Continue reading

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Bill Moyers talks with former Citigroup Chairman John Reed about his role in bringing down the Glass-Steagall Act. Continue reading

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Bill Moyers talks with former Citigroup chairman John Reed and former Senator Byron Dorgan to explore how our political and financial class shift economic benefits to the very top. Continue reading

Occupy Wall Street demonstrators march to a Wells Fargo Bank as part of the protest in downtown Oakland, Calif. November 2011. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)
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Revisiting a senator’s prescient speech about the financial calamity. Continue reading

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Bill Moyers talks with former Citigroup chairman John Reed and former Senator Byron Dorgan to explore how our political and financial class shift economic benefits to the very top. Continue reading

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