The Move Your Money Hustle

Getting banks under control is a matter of politics, not individual consumer decisions.

“Treasury. A $75,000 wheelbarrow of mutilated money on way to vaults. Employee in picture has wheeled barrow 50 years.” — National Photo Company Collection / Library of Congress.

There’s a brand of populism, on both the Left and the Right, that sees the problems of capitalism — like the polarization of rich and poor and the system’s vulnerability to periodic crises — as primarily financial in origin. While this tendency has a long history, and pervades a lot of the pseudo-radical tradition in the United […]

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