Nina Easton

Washington Editor, Fortune magazine

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Washington editor of Fortune magazine

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The  Wall Street rescue  would have cost $700 billion taxpayer dollars. Its failure in Congress cost $1.2 trillion in private investment in just one day.

The Bailout That Wasn't and What Might Be Next

The Wall Street rescue would have cost $700 billion taxpayer dollars. Its failure in Congress cost $1.2 trillion in private investment in just one day.

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