Transcript for scene 5 of the video " Big Bang Blow-Out 5: The Need for Looking Forward" by Rolf Witzsche  

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Glass Steagall has become too shallow

This means, that the imperative that the Glass Steagall act in 1933 had been based on, on the political front to advance America's economic progress that was much needed 65 years ago, has become too shallow to make the grade in today's world. We need to go further, by a long way. Compromises, no matter how tempting they may be, are no longer useful, nor beneficial. Any compromising on the grand scale of civilization has become too dangerous for the whole of humanity, because the imperative in today's world is that we move ahead on all fronts without fail, because the Ice Age Challenge annot be met with anything less.

 

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