Lewis got the merger bug from his predecessor, Hugh McColl, a key proponent of the deregulation that enabled bank mergers.
The Republicans try to free the makers through tax cuts and deregulation.
Will his demonstrated preference for deregulation blind him to the need for increased regulation of reckless financial markets?
Later, GOP-led deregulation nearly destroyed the global economy.
The money crowd got all the deregulation it could realistically hope for.
One area where Romney is closer to Clintonomics is the wave of deregulation that Clinton ushered in.
Since deregulation, airlines have lowered prices by jamming as many seats as possible into each plane.
“deregulation is a huge story,” says Irvin Muchnick, the author of Wrestling Babylon who blogs at Concussion Inc..
He was in the Clinton administration in the 1990s and was an advocate for deregulation.
There were no sessions about why the profession was not up in arms about the deregulation of so sensitive a sector as finance.