10 Questions for Eliot Spitzer

New York state attorney general Eliot Spitzer is stirring up Wall Street again, investigating the mutual-fund industry for illegal-trading practices. It's the latest high-profile probe by the legal crusader who took on the big investment-bank analysts in 2002 and who, everyone assumes, will run as a Democrat for New York Governor in 2006. Spitzer spoke with TIME's Adi Ignatius about Wall Street, the Yankees and who would play him in the movie.

NOW YOU'VE GONE AND RATTLED THE MUTUAL-FUND INDUSTRY. HOW DEEP DO YOU EXPECT THIS INVESTIGATION TO GO? It's hard to say. In six weeks we've had two felony pleas,...

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