Not since LeBron James has the media been as frothy about a job change as it is about the possibility that Harvard Law School professor Elizabeth Warren might run the newly created Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).

The financial services industry and the political right fear Warren because she is a crusader with skills. Thus, they have mounted a broad campaign to discredit her, questioning her motives, qualifications, even her research.

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