Nomi Prins, journalist and a former managing director of Goldman Sachs, discusses her book All the Presidents’ Bankers, the hidden alliances that drive American power. Prins retraces the relationship between American financiers and presidents stretching more than a century. From family friends, trusted confidants to present day; how the relationship has deteriorated and presidents have lost control of the economy.

Special thanks to Pirate TV for the original recording from June 17, 2014.

Featuring: Nomi Prins, journalist and author of All the Presidents’ Bankers, the hidden alliances that drive American power.

Host: Laura Flynn
Producers: Andrew Stelzer, Laura Flynn, George Lavender, Jasmin Lopez
Executive Director: Lisa Rudman
Web Editor: Kwan Booth
Organizational Volunteers: Barbara Barnett

ON Making Contact | August 21, 2014 | 12:30 pm

All the Presidents’ Bankers

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Nomi Prins, journalist and a former managing director of Goldman Sachs, discusses her book All the Presidents’ Bankers, the hidden alliances that drive American power. Prins retraces the relationship between American financiers and presidents stretching more than a century. From family friends, trusted confidants to present day; how the relationship has deteriorated and presidents have lost control of the economy.

Special thanks to Pirate TV for the original recording from June 17, 2014.

Featuring: Nomi Prins, journalist and author of All the Presidents’ Bankers, the hidden alliances that drive American power.

Host: Laura Flynn
Producers: Andrew Stelzer, Laura Flynn, George Lavender, Jasmin Lopez
Executive Director: Lisa Rudman
Web Editor: Kwan Booth
Organizational Volunteers: Barbara Barnett

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