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What Does $700 Billion Buy Taxpayers?

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What Does $700 Billion Buy Taxpayers?

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What Does $700 Billion Buy Taxpayers?

What Does $700 Billion Buy Taxpayers?

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Elizabeth Warren is the author (with her daughter Amelia Warren Tyagi) of All Your Worth. Harvard Law School hide caption

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Bankruptcy and commercial law expert Elizabeth Warren explains how taxpayer money is being spent in the financial bailout program. A professor at Harvard Law School, Warren chairs the oversight panel appointed by Congress to monitor the spending of the $700 billion bailout money. The committee issues its first report on Dec. 10.

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