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Andrew Ross Sorkin: Bubbles Are Not Preventable, And It's The Government's Responsibility To Mitigate Them

Andrew Ross Sorkin tells us that he thinks bubbles are “a part of the [financial] system.” He goes on to say that it’s the government’s responsibility to mitigate them.

Watch our video interview with the best-selling author of Too Big To Fail to find out why Sorkin thinks bubbles are inevitable.

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