Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Reckless Endangerment

In Reckless Endangerment, the latest book about the financial crisis, co-authors Gretchen Morgenson and Josh Rosner do what many of their high-profile counterparts failed to do: Name names for those responsible for the crisis.  "Instead of it seeming like it was an 'act of god' that couldn't have been prevented, we try to single out some of the people who were crucial at the center in the years leading up the crisis, not just when it struck," says Morgenson, a Pulitzer-prize winning journalist with The NY Times.

Congratulations to Gretchen and Josh on such a fine work.     Gretchen should run the SEC, become a Senator or run FINRA.    She would scare the living daylights out of Wall Street for sure.   For sure a shining light in the quagmire of half-truths and outright lies coming from everyone in that space.

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