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Appeared in: Volume 5, Number 6
Published on: July 1, 2010
Too Political to Succeed

What made U.S. banks take such disastrous risks? Not what we’ve been led to think.

Harold James is professor of history and international affairs at Princeton University and Marie Curie Professor at the European University Institute, and author of The Creation and Destruction of Value (Harvard University Press).
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