The former Treasury Secretary talks about avoiding a second Great Depression and the relationship of government and finance.
1 Five times worse than the Great Depression [0:00]
2 Why no one went to jail [4:01]
3 Why Washington abandoned the unemployed [8:21]
4 Extreme, adolescent political theater[10:47]
5 Does Washington work better for the rich? [13:13]
6 Frustration on housing [18:11]
7 Cramdown [23:40]
8 Will Dodd-Frank prevent another crisis [27:39]?
9 Dinesh D'Souza is a dick [30:32]
10 Why Geithner's father voted for Romney [31:41]
11 Tim Geithner cannot have it all [32:32]
12 Why Geithner went to private equity [36:29]
13 A long, slow climb out [40:59]
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