On Leadership: Former U.S. Treasury Secretary, Henry Paulson
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On Leadership: Former U.S. Treasury Secretary, Henry Paulson

Former Secretary of the Treasury Henry Paulson talks about why most CEOs of struggling companies have not apologized to American taxpayers, who is to blame for the economic crisis, and why "fear is your enemy" in a crisis. Video by Akira Hakuta & Rebecca Davis/washingtonpost.com. Editing by Andrea Useem/washingtonpost.com

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