'This American Experience,' taped in 1990, was run again. I never saw it before. It was shocking how similar the psychology of the public was, the actions and intentions of 'market movers' (JP Morgan and other bankers, in this case) were, and how things lined up in a similar ways in almost every other respect to today. For all the talk of how different things are this time, how we have an interventionist central bank, and how there are other major differences, it was the similarities that struck me as most profound. I am not claiming we'll have another Great Depression now (who knows that), but if you get a chance to watch this or TIVO it, you'll do yourself a huge favor.