The Warren Court

Given the intensely partisan nature of Washington these days, the demonization of Warren and the CFPB is all too predictable. But it's profoundly misguided, because Warren is far from the anti-capitalist radical that her critics (and some of her supporters) suppose. Indeed, an empowered CFPB could actually be a boon to business.' James Surowiecki, The New Yorker Full Story »

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by Kristin Gorski - Jun. 7, 2011

Surowiecki makes a compelling case for Warren's CFPB plans and how they could benefit all stakeholders. This piece demonstrates a reasoned voice amidst pure politics.

The accompanying cartoon (captioned "Don't say it never trickled.") is spot on.

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