On Leadership: 'Taking away the punchbowl'
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On Leadership: 'Taking away the punchbowl'

In an interview with the Washington Post's Steven Pearlstein, FDIC chairman Sheila Bair talks about her agency's role in the financial meltdown, the common denominator among bad bank leaders, and how "it's never a good time to tighten regulation." (AJ Chavar and Lillian Cunningham/The Washington Post)

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