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Meeting of the Minds: The Future of Capitalism

America's Identity Crisis

The worst economic downturn since the Great Depression has made the American taxpayer an owner in some of the most storied companies in the United States, and in the process, given the government unprecedented influence in the free market system.

CNBC's "Meeting of the Minds: The Future of Capitalism" assembles some of the country's most influential leaders to explore and make sense of this new reality.

The Discussion

Meeting of the Minds: The Business of Science
Science once led America to glory. Our breakthroughs brought wars to an end and new industries to life. But have we lost our passion to innovate? CNBC's Maria Bartiromo gathers esteemed leaders to answer tough questions and chart a path forward.

What will capitalism look like going forward? What will prosperity mean? And ultimately, how will businesses navigate this uncharted landscape?

With limited commercial interruption, CNBC's Maria Bartiromo guides a panel of experts to answer those questions and chart America's path forward.

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