We don’t want to simplistically think that Wall Street is the den of all evil, but the abuse of wall street, and the deification of it, and making it the shrine to Mammon, that’s the problem. It operated reasonably well under the Glass-Steagall Act, and the people who revoked the Glass-Steagall Act are the ones who should be liable. And some sort of more tempered, socialistic capitalism, there’s a balance in there. Not laissez-faire capitalism, not dog-eat-dog capitalism. That’s not capitalism anyway. Capitalism is based on generosity, actually. True capitalism. Max Weber said it’s based on monastic wisdom. True capitalism. Selfless asceticism. People producing to benefit others, more than they can consume themselves, that’s really the basis of it. This kind of thing using the tools of capitalism to monopolize and tyrannize people and strip them destitute, that’s piracy, that’s robbery, that’s thievery. Capitalism is creative actually, and based on generosity.