New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine's ties to Goldman Sachs -- once seen as one of his biggest political assets -- are emerging as a political liability. "Goldman right now, to its detriment, is equated with Wall Street and Washington walking hand in hand, and there's a widespread suspicion that it's a conspiratorial relationship," said Charles Geisst, a Wall Street historian and the author of "Collateral Damaged." Corzine is facing a re-election challenge from Republican Christopher J. Christie.
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