IFC meets up with former New York Times reporter Charlie LeDuff in his hometown of Detroit, where Charlie moved back two years earlier to work for the Detroit News. Now, the paperâ€™s bankrupt, the Metro Desk is empty and Detroit is being swarmed daily by the national media as the epicenter of Americaâ€™s economic collapse. In reaction, Charlie takes the Detroit experience and turns it inside out: Detroit isnâ€™t a bellwether, it is Americaâ€™s future. He visits New York for a tour of a Wall Street trading floor to try to understand how the nationâ€™s financial services community played a role in our countryâ€™s current decline. Talking with Rolling Stone reporter Matt Taibbi, we learn how the media, overall, doesnâ€™t understand Wall Street and therefore canâ€™t substantively report on it. In Washington, D.C., Charlie storms into offices looking for answers, finding that the only guy who will talk to him is one U.S. Senator not running for reelection.moreless
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