From the Washington Examiner:

Alex Pollock, a financial regulatory expert at the conservative R Street Institute, has speculated that it is often about 10 years between crises because that’s how long it takes for humans to forget about the suffering caused by crises and become overtaken by optimism and let down their guard. Pollock is now one of the members of the team responsible for preparing the Trump transition team to take control of financial regulation in the new administration.

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