Table of Contents for Bull By The Horns : Fighting To Save Main Street From Wall Street and Wall Street From Itself


Prologue 1(10)
1 The Golden Age of Banking
11(10)
2 Turning the Titanic
21(6)
3 The Fight over Basel II
27(14)
4 The Skunk at the Garden Party
41(8)
5 Subprime Is "Contained"
49(10)
6 Stepping over a Dollar to Pick Up a Nickel: Helping Home Owners, Round One
59(14)
7 The Audacity of That Woman
73(22)
8 The Wachovia Blindside
95(12)
9 Bailing Out the Boneheads
107(14)
10 Doubling Down on Citi: Bailout Number Two
121(10)
11 Helping Home Owners, Round Two
131(10)
12 Obama's Election: The More Things Change...
141(6)
13 Helping Home Owners, Round Three
147(8)
14 The $100 Billion Club
155(10)
15 The Care and Feeding of Citigroup: Bailout Number Three
165(10)
16 Finally Saying No
175(6)
17 Never Again
181(20)
18 It's All About the Compensation
201(12)
19 The Senate's Orwellian Debate
213(18)
20 Dodd-Frank Implementation: The Final Stretch (or So I Thought)
231(12)
21 Robo-Signing Erupts
243(14)
22 The Return to Basel
257(16)
23 Too Small to Save
273(24)
24 Squinting in the Public Spotlight
297(14)
25 Farewell to the FDIC
311(12)
26 How Main Street Can Tame Wall Street
323(32)
27 It Could Have Been Different
355(6)
Epilogue 361(6)
Notes 367(22)
Acknowledgments 389(2)
Index 391