Elizabeth Warren on Elizabeth Warren
This is a useful post from my colleague Ariana Eunjung Cha rounding up some of Warren's speeches and writings. As a rule, things said by Elizabeth Warren tend to be more interesting than things said about Elizabeth Warren. But I'd add two items to Ariana's round-up.
First, Warren's initial article in the journal 'Democracy' that laid out the vision for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. In terms of eventual impact, it's probably the most important policy article published in the past 10 years. And second, this video from the Roosevelt Make Markets Be Markets conference, where Warren offers an insanely compelling explanation of how financial companies use complexity to harm consumers:
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