Concentrate on whether the perspective offered by each of the participants

Concentrate on whether the perspective offered by each of the participants (and moderator) represents one of the views on The (Common) Good — or both.  Please include phrasing/quotes in your response.

Concentrate on whether the perspective offered by each of the participants

Watch the attached video from a 2011 forum held by the Lumen Christi Institute (Chicago) regarding the financial failure of Lehman Brothers.

1.  Concentrate on whether the perspective offered by each of the participants (and moderator) represents one of the views on The (Common) Good — or both.  Please include phrasing/quotes in your response.

2.  If there seems to be a dominant position among the group, which view of The Good is it?  Further, why, in your judgment, do you think this particular group represents that particular stance on The Good?  Also, include phrasing/quotes in your response.

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On Lehman Brothers

After the US Treasury and the Federal Reserve denied to rescue Lehman Brothers, the once almighty investment bank failed a year ago, beginning what would turn to be the mother of all financial crises.

Here is an exclusive Reuters interview with Richard Fuld, the president of Lehman at the time of its bankruptcy.

The New York Times has published three good pieces on the issue: ‘An Epidemic of Capital Destruction’Tales From Lehman’s Crypt (showing the lives and fates of three former Lehman employees) and Lehman Had to Die So Global Finance Could Live. It also has a neat visualization showing the market capitalization of the biggest financial firms in Wall Street from October 9, 2007 to September 11, 2009.

The Economist’s Buttonwood has recently posted an interactive map showing global indebtedness, from 1999 to 2011. It’s worth visiting.