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Former FDIC Chair: U.S. Still 'Trying to Go Back to Broken' Fiscal Models

November 22, 2013

Former FDIC Chair, Sheila Bair, speaks at a National Journal and The Atlantic event exploring the consequences of the nation's economic crisis, called "Fiscal Future: America's Financial Reality, Five Years After the Crash."

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