April 21, 2010

Goldman: Who's Really at Fault?

Sebastian Mallaby, Washington Post

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Unless the SEC is sitting on more evidence than it has laid out so far, the charge sheet looks flimsy. If Goldman has become a poster child for excessive power on Wall Street, the SEC might become a poster child for government power run amok.

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