Obama at the Crossroads: Politics, Markets, and the Battle for America's Future

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Index
African Americans, see Racial orders.
Airline Deregulation Act 1978, 128
American Bankers’ Association, 42
American International Group, 132, 141
American Medical Association, 97–99
American Opportunity Tax Credit 2009, 93
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act 2009, 85–86, 162
American state, 16–21, 121–146
Asner, Ed, 184–185
Baucus, Senator Max, 87, 89
Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act 2005, 36
Beard, Charles, 183
Bennett, Senator Bob, 89
Bernanke, Ben, 119, 137
Boehner, Speaker John, 19
Bond markets, 123–125, 128–129
Born, Brooksley, 133
Brinkley, Alan, 123
Brownback, Senator Sam, 54
Bush, President George H.W., 92
Bush, President George W., 6, 22, 118, 174–175, 181, 186, 192
Caldwell, Christopher, 175
Camdessus, Michael, 148
Campbell, Andrea, 75
Campbell, Congressman John, 54
Carpenter, Daniel, 33–60
Carter, President Jimmy, 6
Chernow, Ron, 122
Citizens United v. FEC (2010), 13–14, 172
Clinton, President William, 6, 92, 118, 192
Health care plan, 98, 190
Cohen, Wilbur, 188
Community Reinvestment Act 1977, 124–125
Cuomo, Andrew, 92, 94
Dillon, Douglas, 13 5
Dodd, Senator Christopher, 33, 39–40
Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, see Regulation
Dutton, Fred, 171–172
Economic crisis 2007–2008, 117–149
Emanuel, Rahm, 5, 10
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, 141
Federal Reserve, 34, 117–149
Financial regulation, see Regulation.
Frank, Congressman Barney 10, 33, 39
Franke-Ruta, Garance, 177–178
Geithner, Timothy, 13, 15, 39, 49, 54, 59, 135, 142, 144
Gerstle, Gary, 175
Gingrich, Newt, 148–149, 190
Glass-Steagall Act (1933), 36, 44–45, 146
Greenspan, Alan, 13, 46, 119, 133–134
Hacker, Jacob, 75–76, 184
Hamilton, Alexander, 12
Hatch, Senator Orrin, 189
Health care reform, see President Barack Obama
Howard, Christopher, 75–76
Hoyer, Congressman Steny, 87
Inglehart, Ronald, 172
Jacobs, Lawrence R., 8, 15
Johnson, President Lyndon Baines, 3, 21, 72, 103, 188
Johnson, Simon 13
Kennedy, Senator Edward, 189
Kennedy, Robert F., 171
Kilroy, Congresswoman Mary Jo, 170, 174
Korpi, Walter, 11
Kovacic, Commissioner William E., 50–51
[Krugman, Paul, 5

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