On Sunday Chris and his guests discussed the story of Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng and gave perspective on what Americans really mean when they talk about issues with China. Also, a look at the current state of the Dodd-Frank Act and Mortgage Task Force. Plus, the story of former EPA Regional Administrator Alfredo Juan Armendariz, who was pressured to resign by Republicans for being too tough on law-breakers, and You Should Know from Chris and his panel.
Joining us today were:
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 ::