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Ezra Klein on "Unsafe at Any Rate": "The Most Important Policy Article in the Past 10 Years"

Writing in the Washington Post, Ezra Klein called Elizabeth Warren’s “Unsafe at Any Rate” [Issue #5], in which she introduced the idea of a Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, “the most important policy article published in the past 10 years.”

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Writing in the Washington Post, Ezra Klein called Elizabeth Warren’s “Unsafe at Any Rate” [Issue #5], in which she introduced the idea of a Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, “the most important policy article published in the past 10 years.”

President Obama appointed Elizabeth Warren to establish the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. The creation of the new bureau was a key provision of the financial regulatory reform bill that President Obama signed into law this summer. Warren will serve as Assistant to the President and Special Advisor to the Secretary of the Treasury to get the new agency started.

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