Ben Bernanke was chair of the Federal Reserve during what became the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression. An inside look at the meltdown from the former Fed chair and his defense of bailing out Wall Street.
As a journalist, Canadian-born Robert MacNeil covered many of the events that have shaped America’s recent history, and co-anchored "The MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour" on PBS until 1995. But it was not until two years after his retirement, in 1997, that he finally became a U.S. citizen. His new memoir, subtitled "Finding Myself in America," explains why this decision was so difficult.
- Robert MacNeil journalist and author
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