Bill Moyers

Bill is retiring the Journal.  Only one more show to go.  Here’s another quality piece on financial reform, Goldman Sachs, Lehman, and featuring Bill Black

William K. Black

William Black’s testimony before the House Financial Services Committee
Testimony before the House Financial Services Committee hearing on the collapse of Lehman Brothers. You can watch the full panel discussion, including Lehman Brother’s former CEO Richard Fuld’s testimony, on C-SPAN.

William K. Black articles on HUFFINGTON POST.

William K. Black articles on FIREDOG LAKE.

The SEC case against Goldman Sachs

“Well-connected Goldman Sachs uniquely positioned to fight fraud allegations”
By Kevin Bogardus and Silla Brush, THE HILL, April 22, 2010.

“A Difficult Path in Goldman Case”
By Binyam Appelbaum, THE NEW YORK TIMES, April 19, 2010.

“The Best Thing I Have Read on SEC-Goldman (So Far)”
By James Kwak, THE BASELINE SCENARIO, April 20, 2010.

“New Revelations Complicate SEC v Goldman”
By Amir Efrati, WALL STREET JOURNAL LAW BLOG, April 21, 2010.

Read Goldman Sachs’ Abacus pitch book
Reuters has posted the “pitch book” Goldman Sachs used to sell the deal at the heart of the SEC investigation to investors.

The Money Opposing Reform

“Special Interests Continue Federal Lobbying Blitz, New Reports Indicate”
By Michael Beckel, CAPITAL EYE BLOG, April 21, 2010.

“Rent-A-Front: New Group Wages Stealth Battle Against Wall Street Reform”
By Justin Elliott, TALKING POINTS MEMO, April 21, 2010.

More on Citizens United

Special Feature: BILL MOYERS JOURNAL on FEC v. Citizens United.

General Regulation

Interactive timeline: SEC History
Securities and Exchange Commission Historical Society.

“Congress Passes Wide-Ranging Bill Easing Bank Laws”
By Stephen Labaton, THE NEW YORK TIMES, November 5, 1999.


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