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Bailouts beyond Wall Street

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MSNBC’s Dylan Ratigan talks about his role in the documentary “Bailout,” set to be screened in New York on Thursday night. The film’s director Sean Fahey and executive producer John Titus join Ratigan as they explain the premise of the movie, featuring a man who decided to gamble his mortgage away, mirroring Wall Street culture.