By John Carney, Senior Editor, CNBC.com NEW YORK ( CNBC) --As you may have noticed, we specialize in examining the regulatory roots of the financial crisis around here. A lot of people--including the government's Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission--tend to view the financial crisis as a result of a failure of capitalism or a result of deregulation. There's some truth to this. But the role that regulatory constraints on market actors played in the crisis still doesn't get enough attention.
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