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The country's largest banks -- Wells Fargo, J.P. Morgan Chase, and Bank of America -- which all received billions of dollars in government aid, expanded significantly during the financial crisis by buying of struggling rivals.

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Banks 'Too Big to Fail' Have Grown Even Bigger
Article | When the credit crisis struck last year, federal regulators pumped tens of billions of dollars into the nation's leading financial institutions because the banks were so big that officials feared their failure would ruin the entire financial system.

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