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The revival of the U.S. financial system after the crash of 2008 is arguably the Obama administration's biggest domestic policy success. But Sen. Elizabeth Warren, in her jihad against Wall Street, seems determined to devalue this accomplishment – and to make financial expertise a mark of shame for Democrats, rather than a source of pride.What offends Warren is the Lazard connection.Warren's enemies list includes Timothy Geithner and Lawrence Summers, the key architects of the administration's Wall Street rescue. Has Warren apologized for getting this wrong, or conceded that the financial recovery program engineered by Geithner, Summers and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke was a success?To be fair, President Barack Obama sometimes seems embarrassed about taking ownership of his financial rescue effort – leaving Geithner and Summers in the crossfire of critics such as Warren. For Warren, it seems to be an embarrassment.
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