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==Media coverage==
The financial crisescrisis generated many articles and books outside of the scholarly and financial press, including articles and books by author [[William Greider]], economist [[Michael Hudson (economist)|Michael Hudson]], author and former bond salesman [[Michael Lewis]], [[Kevin Phillips (political commentator)|Kevin Phillips]], and investment broker [[Peter Schiff]].
 
In May 2010, a documentary, ''Overdose: A Film about the Next Financial Crisis'',<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.cato.org/events/100517screening.html|title=Overdose: A Film about the Next Financial Crisis|publisher=Cato.org|date=May 17, 2010|accessdate=January 2, 2011}}</ref> premiered about how the financial crisis came about and how the solutions that have been applied by many governments are setting the stage for the next crisis. The film is based on the book ''Financial Fiasco'' by Johan Norberg and features [[Alan Greenspan]], with funding from the [[Libertarianism|libertarian]] think tank [[The Cato Institute]]. Greenspan is responsible for de-regulating the derivatives market while chairman of the Federal Reserve.