The Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission was always destined to fail. It had an enormous task: Tell us what—and who—caused the biggest financial crisis since the Great Depression. For that, it was stacked with bipartisan political appointees (rather than say, seasoned prosecutors), assigned a hard deadline of a little more than a year, and handed an appalling $10 million budget.
New Questions About the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission
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