Analyzing the financial crisis, its origins and its instigators, requires identifying powerful participants who would rather not be named. It requires an unrelenting search for the facts, and an ability to speak truth to power. Investigating the origins of the financial crisis means shedding light on exceedingly dark corners in Washington and on Wall Street players who desperately want to avoid being exposed. Hidden in these shadows are people, places, and incidents that can help us understand the nature of this disaster so that we can keep anything like it from happening again.
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