Financial Crisis Commission Is NOT Living Up To Its 1930s Counterpart: Rolfe Winkler

Ferdinand Pecora turned a tame United States investigation of the 1929 Crash into an expose that spawned far-reaching banking reform. Despite flashes of incisiveness from Chairman Phil Angelides, the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission's debut with Wall Street bosses Wednesday lacked that kind of promise. It's early days, but the panel needs to sharpen up.

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