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Slate's Moneybox: Spitzer's Anti-Fraud Crusade

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Slate's Moneybox: Spitzer's Anti-Fraud Crusade

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Slate's Moneybox: Spitzer's Anti-Fraud Crusade

Slate's Moneybox: Spitzer's Anti-Fraud Crusade

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NPR's Noah Adams chats with Slate columnist Daniel Gross about why New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer is so effective at exposing fraud in big business — and scaring the heck out of some Wall Street financial titans.

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