How much should government be involved in the securities financing markets? (Premium)

Pick one: governments, in particular Central Banks, should be A) heavily and permanently involved in financing; B) only be involved in an emergency; or C) never be involved. Regulators seem to be thinking A. We vote B, and only rarely. Anything else just causes more damage that it is worth.
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