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_creationDateApril 27, 2010 7:53:32 PM
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_creatorYaron Koren
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TopicRestoring American Financial Stability Act
Position_fragmentAct should be passed
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AuthorThe Wall Street Journal editorial board
SourceThe Wall Street Journal
DateApril 16, 2010
URLhttp://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703312504575141703012449686.html
Quote"But the fundamental nature of a mania is that you don't know it when you see it. Citigroup was one of the most regulated institutions on the planet, yet it was allowed to build up tens of billions in off-balance sheet mortgage assets. To believe regulators will prevent the next crisis is to make another one more likely."
SummaryToo Big Not to Get Right by The Wall Street Journal editorial board (The Wall Street Journal, April 16, 2010) (view)