Experts Question Whether U.S. Is Soft on White-Collar Crime

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One thing right-wing populists and left-wing progressives can agree on is that U.S. society is too soft on white-collar crime, says The Economist. Conservatives abandon their admiration for business when it comes to “crooked bankers.” Left-wingers forget their qualms if locking up “corporate evil-doers.” Hillary Clinton’s line that “there should be no bank . . .

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