Harvey Rosenblum

Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas

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Executive Vice President and Director of Research at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas

Harvey Rosenblum on KCRW

Four years after the  Toxic Asset Relief Program , America's twelve biggest banks are bigger than ever — and still protected by the guarantee of taxpayer money.

Is the Bank Bailout Still Going On?

Four years after the Toxic Asset Relief Program , America's twelve biggest banks are bigger than ever — and still protected by the guarantee of taxpayer money.

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