Read and Review of "Wall Street and the Financial Crisis: Anatomy of a Financial Collapse" - Report by US Senate Investigation Subcommittee


First things first: the new Senate report on Wall Street is long and detailed. So long, in fact, that it will take you more than a ream of paper just to print the whole thing. Luckily, it's also available online in its entirety, should you choose to read the whole thing. (And you won't be wasting time if you choose to do so.)

Download a complete copy of the 650-page Majority and Minority Staff Report of the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations | Committee of Homeland Security and Government Affairs of the United States Senate entitled "WALL STREET AND THE FINANCIAL CRISIS: Anatomy of a Financial Collapse," HERE (see article below for link).

What is the Wall Street and the Financial Crisis Report All About?

It is the culmination of the Senate's own investigation into some of the reasons our economy is in the turmoil it is: this is the Homeland Security synopsis of why we're here and how we got here.

Two years in the making, the bipartisan subcommittee has issued its findings and conclusions in a report that names names and gives details - times, dates, documents. Again, it's best to read it on-screen. There is an amazing amount of information in this report.

Please see full article below for more information and links.

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