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_creationDate2010-04-27 7:36:54 PM
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_fullText{{Item |author=National Review editorial board |source=National Review |date=April 26, 2010 |url=http://article.nationalreview.com/432504/the-case-against-the-dodd-bill/the-editors |quote="The sophisticated creditors of non-banks, however, neither need nor deserve a bailout. The Dodd bill would ...
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AuthorNational Review editorial board
SourceNational Review
Date2010-04-26
URLhttp://article.nationalreview.com/432504/the-case-against-the-dodd-bill/the-editors
Quote"The sophisticated creditors of non-banks, however, neither need nor deserve a bailout. The Dodd bill would not require the FDIC to impose losses on these creditors; it only expresses a “strong presumption” that such losses would be imposed. As structured, this authority would allow the government to bail out non-bank creditors, and worse, to play favorites among them, just as we saw when the Obama administration gift-wrapped large stakes in the automakers for its union allies at the expense of secured creditors."
SummaryThe Case against the Dodd Bill by National Review editorial board (National Review, April 26, 2010) (view)