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Why Wall Street must work for Main Street

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Must Read Op-Eds: Mika Brzeznski reads from Paul Krugman's NYT op-ed, which offers a critique of Wall Street's abuse of power in light of the "Occupy Wall Street" protests. Krugman characterizes these "Wall Street's Masters" as the “people who got rich by peddling complex financial schemes that, far from delivering clear benefits to the American people."