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November 27, 2011

Costs of the Financial Crisis Continues

60 Minutes just did a story on out-of-work families living in cars and the 16 million children now living in poverty in the US.  As the Wall Street meltdown and the financial and economic crisis that it spawned grinds on, too many want to ignore that the costs of that crisis continue, largely unabated.  Unemployment, under-employment, foreclosures and more continue at historic highs.  The faces of those suffering are usually out of sight, but 60 Minutes brings some of them into the light and tells their story. 

Watch it here.

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