||Financial Crisis Responsibility Debate (4:26) -- Financial Crisis Responsibility Debate "Housekeeping" (1:33) -- For the Motion: Niall Ferguson (7:49) -- Against the Motion: Alex Berenson (7:50) -- For the Motion: John Steele Gordon (7:55) -- Against the Motion: Jim Chanos (8:12) -- For the Motion: Nouriel Roubini (7:23) -- Against the Motion: Nell Minow (6:32) -- Pre-Debate Vote Results (0:35) -- Washington Regulation Failure (5:35) -- Wall Street Lobbying (1:25) -- Financial Deregulation (3:00) -- QA: Smarter Regulation (3:34) -- QA: Identifying Financial Culprits (1:33) -- QA: Wall Street Incompetence (3:37) -- QA: Changing Wall Street Behavior (4:28) -- QA: Reasonable Behavior (3:12) -- QA: Exposing Wall Street Fraud (0:59) -- QA: Wall Street Power Abuse (2:02) -- QA: Regulating Wall Street (2:28) -- QA: Washington vs. Wall Street (3:40) -- Closing Statement Against: Alex Berenson (2:34) -- Closing Statement For: John Steele Gordon (1:28) -- Closing Statement Against: Jim Chanos (1:50) -- Closing Statement For: Nouriel Rabini (1:47) -- Closing Statement Against: Nell Minnow (1:05) -- Closing Statement For: Niall Ferguson (2:30) -- Time to Vote (1:56) -- Audience Vote Results (0:50) -- Credits: Blame Washington More Than Wall Street for the Financial Crisis: A Debate (0:49)
||Who should bear more of the blame for the financial collapse: Washington or Wall Street? Some say corporate fraud, runaway derivatives markets, and human greed are responsible. Others argue that Congress failed to uphold its public duty of financial regulation. Six expert panelists compete for the audience's vote in this Intelligence Squared U.S. Debate?
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|General note||Intelligence Squared U.S., the Oxford style, three-on-three debate series is produced by the Rosenkranz Foundation in New York City. These debates are produced for radio by WNYC, New York Public Radio, and distributed nationally by NPR. The programs reach a wide audience and attract as speakers the top experts, specialists and passionate advocates for both sides of each issue.|
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|Interest grade level
||9 & up.
|Technical details||Mode of access: Internet.|
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|Source of description||Title from distributor's description.|
|Issued in other form||Originally produced: Intelligence2, 2009.|
|Publisher number||58301 Films Media Group|