How a handful of American banks gained unprecedented wealth and threatened the well-being of the nation. A leading economist on what led to the meltdown and why big financial institutions should be allowed to fail.

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  • Simon Johnson professor of entrepreneurship at MIT's Sloan School of Management, a senior fellow of the Peterson Institute for International Economic, and coauthor with James Kwak of the "Baseline Scenario" blog.

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