May 5, 2009, Diana Henriquess, Alan Murray, Steven Pearlstein, and Stephen Shepard discuss the current US financial crisis and the role of the media in accountability for a lack of public awareness and understanding. These media experts respectfully differ in opinion as they debate conspiracies, policies, and media coverage of the state of the economy.
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