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There's no institution more important in any city or town than our commercial-run banks. That's why Kenneth R. Feinberg's job is so important, which is to investigate the compensation of the bank executives, which should be limited, because they received government bailout money. In a lot of cases, you'd have to say that they were banks going bad because of lack of regulation, such as when President Clinton got rid of the Glass-Steagall Act, which was documented in PBS's Frontline program "The Warning."