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Megan Carpentier

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Reporter for the Guardian US; former contributor to the the Washington Independent; former News and Politics Editor of Air America

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According to one official at the International Monetary fund, "if a government wants to cheat, it can cheat."  So it was "perfectly legal" back in 2001 for Goldman Sachs and other…

Greece: A Country that's Too Big to Fail

According to one official at the International Monetary fund, "if a government wants to cheat, it can cheat."  So it was "perfectly legal" back in 2001 for Goldman Sachs and other…

from Which Way, L.A.?

According to one official at the International Monetary fund, " if a government wants to cheat, it can cheat ."

Greece: A Country that's Too Big to Fail

According to one official at the International Monetary fund, " if a government wants to cheat, it can cheat ."

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