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In the Media | April 2015

If Elizabeth Warren Were Running for President, This Would Be Her Agenda

By George Zornick
The Nation, April 16, 2015. All Rights Reserved.

If Elizabeth Warren ran for president, a key part of her campaign—if not the centerpiece—would likely involve how to restructure the financial sector in a less dangerous and more productive way. Dodd-Frank was by many accounts a good start, but it’s clear the economy is still over-financialized and too-big-to-fail banks continue to pose an existential threat.

Warren isn’t running for president, but she unveiled that exact agenda in a sweeping speech Wednesday in a conference at the Levy Institute in Washington. It advocated an array of specific, often ambitious policy proposals, many of which have circulated in Washington for years and that Warren, at various times, has already called for.

Read more:
 http://www.thenation.com/blog/204433/big-elizabeth-warren-speech-how-finish-financial-reform#
 

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