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The Paulson Plan's Trust Problem - Robert Reich

Complete video at: Robert Reich, former U.S. Secretary of Labor and U.C. - Berkeley Professor of Public Policy, examines what he describes as a "trust" problem surrounding the Treasury Department's bailout plan. ----- Robert Reich is one of America's most respected economic and political thinkers, as well as a distinguished public servant in three national administrations. As the nation's 22nd Secretary of Labor, he implemented the Family and Medical Leave Act, led a national fight against sweatshops in the and illegal child labor around the world, and headed a successful effort to raise the minimum wage. Concerned with the transformation of business and democracy, Robert Reich joins the Council for a discussion on the future course of global capitalism and its impact on democratic decision making - World Affairs Council of Northern California Robert Reich is professor of public policy at the Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley. He served in three national administrations; his articles appear frequently in The New York Times and The Washington Post, and he is a commentator for American Public Media's Marketplace, heard on NPR.
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