Questions for Elizabeth Warren
By Lois Romano
"Until we have a credible liquidation threat, we don't have capitalism in America."
So says Elizabeth Warren, one of the heroines of Michael Moore's new film "Capitalism: A Love Story" and the congressionally-appointed watchdog overseeing how the government manages the $700 billion bailout to the ailing financial sector. The popular Harvard law professor, a consumer advocate, has been quite candid in raising questions about whether the U.S. should even be in the business of propping up businesses "too big to fail" with taxpayer money
I'll be interviewing Warren Friday morning for the "Voices of Power" series, and want to hear what you'd like to ask her. Leave your questions in the comments below.
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October 1, 2009; 10:49 AM ET
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