WASHINGTON — Sen. Elizabeth Warren plans to write a book about her experience in battling Wall Street over financial reform, according to remarks she made to the Boston Globe.
In an interview with the paper, Warren revealed that the book's working title is "Rigged," and she plans for it to recount in detail her fight to create the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and revise bankruptcy laws.
"I've been blessed with an unusual career," Warren said, according to the paper. "I've had the opportunity to fight for causes I believe in. And this book is national, but it's also deeply personal. It's a very personal book."
She says she plans to begin shopping the book proposal to major publishers shortly and that it will include policy proposals.
"This book is about a problem: how the system is broken," Warren told the Globe. "But it's also about what we can do to level the playing field. The book will talk about what's broken, and how to fix it."