So, you want to know more about the financial/housing crisis? I've scoured the interwebs for you to bring you these three links:
1. This short video explains how the mortgage stuff happened . . .
2. NPR's "Planet Money" podcast recently collaborated with "This American Life" on an hour-long special entitled "Bad Bank" which does a fair job explaining the collapse of the banking system:
3. If you still need more, "Planet Money" and "This American Life" also collaborated last year on another hour-long special:
Do you feel like you understand enough about how financial markets, banks, subprime mortgages and corporate paper work? If not, what do you want to know? What do you read/listen to/watch to find out more about this?