Money, Power and Wall Street

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Money, Power and Wall Street Part 1
Hour One begins with the epic story of the rise of modern finance. A revolution in banking begins at a luxury hotel in Boca Raton, FL, where a rowdy team…
Money, Power and Wall Street Part 2
Hour Three opens with Barack Obama taking office in the midst of the worst economic crisis in 80 years. To the surprise of many, he adopts a strategy to help…

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