Preventing another bubble meltdown

Some see Federal Reserve unfit as regulator

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A major focus of the Obama proposals to redesign the regulatory system is to bring all the major financial institutions that were implicated in the current financial crisis (or might be implicated in the next one) under regulation. These include hedge funds, investment banks and mortgage companies, which have been only loosely regulated.

The general presumption seems to be that if all the major categories of firms are regulated, with clear lines of regulatory responsibility, all should be well. But will it?