25 People to Blame for the Financial Crisis (Time Magazine)
TIME's picks for the top 25 people to blame for the financial crisis includes everyone from former Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan and former President George W. Bush to the former CEO of Merrill Lynch and you — the American consumer. As you read our choices, we'd like to know who you think deserves the most blame, and the least. After voting on the relative guilt (or innocence) of each person, view the full results here.
People on this list have the most positions in the following organizations.

Companies

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Company People
Bear Stearns Sanford Weill, James E Cayne
Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP Charles Christopher Cox
Laureate Education, Inc. Bill Clinton
Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities LLC Bernard L. Madoff
Revolution Money Frank Raines

Government Bodies

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Govt Body People
Executive Branch Bill Clinton, George W Bush
US House of Representatives Charles Christopher Cox, Phil Gramm
US Senate Phil Gramm
Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee Phil Gramm
US Department of Defense Henry M Paulson Jr

Other Organizations

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Org People
Republican Party Charles Christopher Cox, Phil Gramm, George W Bush
Kappa Beta Phi James E Cayne, Richard S Fuld
Alfalfa Club George W Bush, Alan Greenspan
New York Presbyterian Hospital Sanford Weill, Richard S Fuld
Coronavirus Local Response Initiative, Bloomberg Funded Bill Clinton, George W Bush