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_creationDateJuly 1, 2010 9:01:25 PM
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AuthorJohn B. Taylor
SourceThe Wall Street Journal
DateJuly 1, 2010
URLhttp://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703426004575338732174405398.html
Quote"Effectively the bill institutionalizes the harmful bailout process by giving the government more discretionary power to intervene. The FDIC does not have the capability to take over large, complex financial institutions without causing disruption, so such firms and their creditors are likely to be bailed out again. The problem of "too big to fail" remains, and any cozy relationship between certain large financial institutions and the government that existed before the crisis will continue."
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The Dodd-Frank Financial Fiasco by John B. Taylor (The Wall Street Journal, July 1, 2010) (view)