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Topic - Helaine Olen
She notes that the era of personal responsibility and economic growth that we're asked to harken back to as we get our financial houses in order actually was an era when many government and corporate financial supports first matured.
Olen's biggest gripes are that no one _ not the policy makers, not do-gooders and not the industry whose advice she conveyed to hundreds of her Los Angeles Times subjects _ is addressing income inequality and that American public policy offers little real support for low- and moderate-income Americans.