In his new book "Bailout," Neil Barofsky chronicles his time as the man in charge of regulating the use of bailout money by banks. His controversial account sheds a light on the culture of regulators in Washington and the complex ties between the federal government and big banks.
What does his experience tell us about how federal regulation can be more effective at balancing private and public interests? Barofsky joined The Daily Circuit to discuss his experiences.
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