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What We’ve Written About Bank Subsidies

Here are the links to Bloomberg View's explanation of the too-big-to-fail issue. 

The idea that the largest global banks have become too unwieldy and threatening -- and that taxpayers should stop encouraging them with billions of dollars in subsidies -- is gaining traction in the political arena. Democrats and Republicans alike are beginning to recognize that paying banks to put the broader economy in danger is bad policy.

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