Warren/CFPB and (separately) auto safety in this week’s New Yorker

A lot of interesting stuff in this week's issue, including the G.E. Capital column I mentioned earlier in the week, plus these two stories that may be of interest:

-A political profile of Elizabeth Warren that chronicles her rise as a champion of the consumer, the fight for the CFPB, and her efforts to push other members of her party away from the influence of the banking lobby. Great story. Read it here.

-A Malcolm Gladwell piece about auto safety and how the calculus of recalls looks different to an engineer than a politician or policymaker. Thought provoking. See here.

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