WASHINGTON — Richard Fisher, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, is not shy about the fact he's a former banker.

That's why it's all the more surprising that he's one of the leading advocates for dramatically reducing the size of the largest banks—arguing that failing to do so will jeopardize the health and stability of the financial system.

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