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Breaking rules; Wall Street women

The Women of Wall Street: Laurie Taylor considers an in-depth study of the working lives of the women at the heart of America's financial centre. Also, can morality stop crime?

The first generation of women to establish themselves on Wall Street began their careers in the 1960s. Laurie Taylor hears from Melissa Fisher about her in depth study of the working lives of the women at the heart of America's financial centre, and Liz Bolshaw joins the discussion to bring a comparison with women in The City of London.
Also, Beth Hardie joins Laurie to discuss her new report on youth crime in Peterborough called Breaking Rules. Does morality have a role in preventing people committing crime? Her study uncovers its importance.
Producer: Charlie Taylor.

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