A growing chorus of banking leaders, academics, and regulators is urging the government to fundamentally rethink its approach to supervising the industry.

The system they propose would generally rely more on the private sector to provide the oversight and policing that were historically the government's responsibility. It would reverse the trend of government banking regulation that began with the Civil War, was expanded during the Great Depression, and was buttressed after the 1980s thrift crisis.

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