Reader's view: ‘Financialism’ permitted greatest theft in history
“Financialism,” begun in the 1970s, accelerated when President Ronald Reagan’s “regulatory changes” permitted savings and loans to increase profitability at the expense of homeowners and depositors. This created the greatest theft in history, costing taxpayers $250 billion (one- fourth of the national debt).
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