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COMMENTARY: Populist politics and bank reform: poor aim at an easy target – McCleskey

By Guest Contributor
January 25, 2016

By Scott McCleskey for Thomson Reuters,

NEW YORK - Elections, like other forms of reality TV, provide moments of great entertainment but are often short of actual reality. It seems both parties this year need to have (at least) one candidate who captures airtime and ink with populist ideas unmoored from the practical world of getting things done. Democrats, not to be out-Trumped by Republicans, feature Bernie Sanders and his platform for Wall Street reform.

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