New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer has been called everything from "The Most Feared Man on Wall Street" [see MME 11/10/03] to "tough cop" to "legal extortionist." He's even been dubbed "judge, jury and prosecutor."

Spitzer's uncovering of scandals in industries ranging from investment banking to mutual funds to insurance has given a new meaning to reform on Wall Street. Still, the 45-year-old attorney general denies that his work is motivated by a political agenda.

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