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2008: As banks teeter on verge of collapse, George W. Bush asks Congress for emergency funds. TARP Program loans banks $700 billion. Fallout: Most banks have since repaid TARP loans plus interest, but economic damage lingers. Many argue bailout undermines confidence in free enterprise system.

2008: As banks teeter on verge of collapse, George W. Bush asks Congress for emergency funds. TARP Program loans banks $700 billion. Fallout: Most banks have since repaid TARP loans plus interest, but economic damage lingers. Many argue bailout undermines confidence in free enterprise system.

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