Center for Public Integrity: three-part series on what has happened since the meltdown

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on September 15, 2013

“In the fall of 2008, the U.S. economy nearly collapsed thanks to an unprecedented wave of mortgage foreclosures. In “After the Meltdown — Where are they now?” the Center for Public Integrity revisits the subprime lenders, Wall Street banks and government regulators that were most responsible for the crash — and finds few if any have been held accountable.”Alison Fitzgerald – Senior reporter The Center for Public Integrity.

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