1:48 - Warren says American families need to be protected from Banks that want to keep people in debt.
1:48 - Middle class American families have less disposable income today than 1970 even with two adults working because they are house poor.
2:58 - Warren says Wall Street bankers fight reform to keep average folk in debt.
0:57 - Polls show more Americans doubt they will ever pay off their debt and Warren says this increase is troubling.
1:51 - Warren grew up poor and talks about her parent’s painful decision at times choosing between paying the bills or paying the doctor when a child was ill.
2:36 - It’s a myth that American’s in debt spend their money unwisely on toys and gadgets.
1:43 - Economists say the American consumer needs to start buying again to heal the economy but Warren says that is a terrible idea.
1:20 - Warren says one possible solution to protect Americans from the debt monster wold be for Congress to cap interest and fees
1:33 - The middle class is transferring 100s of billions of dollars to banks just to pay interest on credit cards.
1:21 - Warren says people believe in the myth of the immoral debtor to avoid the reality that they are one crisis away from falling into debt and possible bankruptcy.
2:38 - Warren talks about a 1970 Life Magazine article that predicted most Americans with Credit Cards would not pay them off.
1:16 - Warren says school vouchers would help Americans avoid taking on too much debt when they buy a house.
1:17 - Warren says the Federal Reserve and former Chairman Alan Greenspan sent Americans the wrong message.
2:09 - Warren says bankers and society dangerously encourage people to spend on credit as if it were cash.