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November 05, 2004

Bainbridge on the SEC in Bush 43 term 2

Stephen Bainbridge has some thoughtful ideas about how Bush should handle the SEC in term 2. Key points: fire Chairman William Donaldson and block the "shareholder access" proposal.

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Corporate Governance



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