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The Regulation Crisis: James Surowiecki

Regulation Crisis

First Posted: 08/09/10 06:12 AM ET Updated: 05/25/11 05:45 PM ET

newyorker.com:

These failures weren't accidents. They were the all too predictable result of the deregulationary fervor that has gripped Washington in recent years, pushing the message that most regulation is unnecessary at best and downright harmful at worst. The result is that agencies have often been led by people skeptical of their own duties. This gave us the worst of both worlds: too little supervision encouraged corporate recklessness, while the existence of these agencies encouraged public complacency.

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