Introducing “The FRONTLINE Interviews”

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April 24, 2012

At the heart of Money, Power and Wall Street are FRONTLINE’s interviews with Wall Street power brokers and financial innovators, Bush and Obama administration insiders, regulators and critics from across the political spectrum that provide first-hand testimony from those deeply involved in the financial crisis and its aftermath.

FRONTLINE has published nearly 20 of these interviews — including more than seven hours of eight extended video interviews — to present the inside story of the struggles to rescue and repair a shattered economy, exploring key decisions, missed opportunities and the unprecedented and uneasy partnership between government leaders and titans of finance.

Among the video interviewees:

You can navigate the interviews by individual, or by nearly 50 different themes, including:

This project was produced in collaboration with the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University and is made possible by a grant from Duke’s Rutherfurd Living History Program.


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