Bill Moyers’ Journal on the rising populist movement in favor of reform and against the banks:
Things were livelier than one might expect at the American Bankers Association’s annual meeting in October 2009. Protestors gathered on the streets of Chicago, mobilized by what they see as fundamental injustice in the aftermath of the bank bailout: large financial institutions are posting huge profits and awarding their employees big bonuses, while home foreclosures across the country continue to climb.
Bill Moyers did yesterday’s show on Main Street v. Wall Street and the rising populist disenchantment with the lack of reform. Read the transcript or see the video below: