On Sunday we'll look at the complicated relationship between the U.S. and China, with a focus on dissident Chen Guancheng, who escaped from house arrest and fled to the U.S. embassy in Bejing earlier this week. We'll also discuss the Dodd/Frank Act, which was signed into law two years ago and hailed as the most comprehensive financial reform bill since the Great Depression. Chris and his guests will look at how the bill is being undermined in its enforcement and the rule-making process. Plus, we'll talk about former EPA regional administrator Alfredo Juan Armendariz who was forced out of his job by Republicans for being too tough on law-breakers. Chris will be joined by these guests:
Eric Schneiderman (@agschneiderman), New York attorney general and co-chair of the Mortgage Crisis Unit and Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force.
Raj Date, deputy director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (@CFPB).
Catherine Rampell (@crampell), economics reporter for the The New York Times.
Alexis Goldstein (@alexisgoldstein), former Wall Street information technologist and member of Occupy the SEC.
James Fallows (@jamesfallows), national correspondent for The Atlantic and author of China Airborne.
David Frum (@davidfrum), former speechwriter for President George W. Bush and contributing editor for Newsweek/Daily Beast.
Ann Lee (@annleesays), senior fellow at Demos and author of What the U.S. Can Learn from China.
:: Blogged by Brett Brownell (@brettbrownell), Up w/ Chris Hayes web & video producer ::