Big Banks Now A Branch Of Government: Selig Cartwright, Goldman Sachs Washroom Attendant, Learns The Truth

June 2013
Moderate Voice;6/6/2013, p1
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The article presents an imaginary conversation between two persons Mr. B. and Selig Cartwright, Goldman Sachs Washroom Attendant who talk about voting. Mr. B. says that voting is every American's duty and people need to elect the best representative who will make best possible laws. Selig says that he also thinks so, but the media is saying that these people don't really make laws which affect big banks, their lobbyists and lawyers. They also talk about writing regulations to protect public.


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