In this special Crisis Plus 5 series of The Big Interview, former U.S. senator and co-author of the Dodd-Frank Act Chris Dodd shares with WSJ Washington Bureau Chief Jerry Seib why he believes Too Big To Fail has been solved, why he’s still watching Fannie and Freddie from the sidelines, and why Ben Bernanke will go down in history as a great leader.

Category: Bailouts, Video

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2 Responses to “Chris Dodd: We Haven’t Done Enough to Rein in Wall Street”

  1. wally says:

    I’ll bet he thinks we don’t do enough for the motion picture industry.

  2. RW says:

    It’s a rather sick pleasure, sick because it is a pleasure perhaps, but watching Chris Dodd’s vain struggle to preserve some semblance of praiseworthy legacy and relevance as he fades into obscurity somehow feels good.