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David Sirota is the bestselling author of "Hostile Takeover" (Crown, 2006) and "Back to Our Future" (Ballantine, 2011) . He is a senior fellow at the Campaign for America's Future and a board member of the… Read more

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In 2012, President Obama pledged to "hold Wall Street accountable" for financial misdeeds related to the financial crisis. But as financial industry donations flooded into Obama's re-election campaign, his Justice Department officials promoted policies that critics say embodied a "too big to jail" doctrine for financial crime.

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A Joe Biden campaign risks confronting the scorn of one of the party's most influential progressives, Sen. Elizabeth Warren. Though Biden has reportedly sought her favor, Warren has historically refrained, accusing him of acting as a tool of the credit card industry by limiting debt relief for people grappling with financial trouble.

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When it comes to the political money chase, the Northern California home of the world's technology giants spreads the wealth to both parties -- positioning the tech industry as one of the most powerful forces in American politics.

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David Sirota is the bestselling author of "Hostile Takeover" (Crown, 2006) and "Back to Our Future" (Ballantine, 2011) . He is a senior fellow at the Campaign for America's Future and a board member of the Progressive States Network -- both nonpartisan research organizations- and is the Senior Editor for Investigations at The International Business Times. Sirota has wriiten for The New York Times Magazine, Politico Magazine, Harper’s, Wired, Vice, The Nation and Salon.com and has appeared on “The Colbert Report” and NBC’s “Last Call with Carson Daly.” . More information on David Sirota can be found on http://davidsirota.com/.
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