Economist and former Federal Reserve employee Walker Todd in his home  in South Russell, Ohio. As an employee of the Federal Reserve during the 1990s, Todd wrote several articles and books talking about the danger of derivatives and bank bailouts.
Economist and former Federal Reserve employee Walker Todd in his home in South Russell, Ohio. As an employee of the Federal Reserve during the 1990s, Todd wrote several articles and books talking about the danger of derivatives and bank bailouts. (Jason Miller/Pixelate/MCT
Economist and former Federal Reserve employee Walker Todd in his home in South Russell, Ohio. As an employee of the Federal Reserve during the 1990s, Todd wrote several articles and books talking about the danger of derivatives and bank bailouts. (Jason Miller/Pixelate/MCT

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