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Why Ordinary Americans Should Be Really Angry About the Wall Street Bailout

A review of the book "Bailout." Full story

Geithner's role in the bank bailout

   Alexis Goldstein, a former vice president at Merrill Lynch and Deutsche Bank, and now an Occupy Wall Street activist; and Neil Barofsky, author of “Bailout”; join Up w/ Chris Hayes to discuss the bank bailouts, and Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner's role in the deal.

Timothy Geithner’s America

   Alexis Goldstein, a former vice president at Merrill Lynch and Deutsche Bank, and now an Occupy Wall Street activist; and Neil Barofsky, author of “Bailout”; join Up w/ Chris Hayes to discuss the legacy of Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, who is stepping down this year.

Barofsky: TARP Was a Failure

   "TARP was a failure because it was supposed to do more than just shovel money to the banks and potentially a breakeven for the banks," says Neil Barofsky, former TARP inspector general, adding that TARP was supposed to go from the banks and back into t...

An insider's story on the Wall Street bailout

   Neil Barofsky joins Up w/ Chris Hayes to talk about his book “Bailout: An Inside Account of How Washington Abandoned Main Street While Rescuing Wall Street” and to describe his time as the special inspector general overseeing TARP.

Wall Street bailed out; Main Street abandoned?

   The Up w/ Chris Hayes panelists sift through statistics on home mortgage debt in America, as Neil Barofsky, author of “Bailout: An Inside Account of How Washington Abandoned Main Street While Rescuing Wall Street,” shares his thoughts on the failures of TARP.

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  The captured ideology of Wall Street culture

Neil Barofsky addresses reviews of his book, “Bailout: An Inside Account of How Washington Abandoned Main Street While Rescuing Wall Street,” and talks about the institutional problems in regulating Wall Street.

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