False profits

Beito, David
January 2010
Liberty (08941408);Jan/Feb2010, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p9
The author expresses his views on the Republican and Democratic bailouts. He notes that the popular rationalization surrounding the bailouts suggests temporary losses to the taxpayers but Neil Barofsky of the U.S. Treasury Department's TARP program revealed that the taxpayers will extremely unlikely recoup their losses.


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