All Things Considered: Financial Crisis, 10 Years Later
In 2008, a crisis in the housing market metastasized into a full-blown financial crisis felt around the world. It was the most severe financial crisis since the Great Depression, with ripples still being felt today.
Starting on Monday, April 16,
All Things Considered
will explore those ripples in a series of stories airing occasionally through the year. Hear about what we have -- and haven't -- learned in the last ten years through reporting from neighborhoods hit hard by the housing crisis. We'll also hear from people who crafted the government's response to the crisis and consider the present state of the "American Dream."