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Prosecuting the financial crisis

  • Aired: 04/29/2011
  • 53:42
  • Expires: 04/29/2016
  • Rating: NR
Why haven't any of the executives behind the financial crisis been prosecuted? We talk to New York Times columnist Joe Nocera and business reporter Louise Story. Tavis Smiley talks about his new book "Fail Up." We visit a music school in Chicago that provides free lessons to fill the gap left by budget cuts. And Jon Meacham discusses transparency in corporate political spending.
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