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Argument: AIG should reveal contracts so public can judge validity

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Charles Fried, professor of contract and constitutional law at Harvard Law School, wrote on New York Times, Room for Debate, on March 17, 2009 - "As we all own 80 percent of the company, we ought to be able to see the text of these contracts. They should be posted on our company’s — that is, A.I.G.’s — Web site. Then we can discuss whether the recipients of that money really earned it."[1]

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