“’What is at stake is whether the American people are at risk of another Great Depression,’ Mr. Kelleher, who is 54, said in a recent interview. ‘We exist to fight back against the forces trying to make us forget just how bad it was.’”
“Mr. Kelleher is the president of Better Markets, a nonprofit organization that pushes for a stringent interpretation of the Dodd-Frank financial regulatory law, which passed in 2010 but whose specific rules and regulations are currently the focus of an intense, complex and expensive behind-the-scenes battle.”
‘Think of Better Markets as Occupy Wall Street’s suit-wearing cousin.”
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