In David Carr‘s 10.22 piece about Alex Gibney‘s Client 9: The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer (Magnolia. 11.2), Gibney says that Spitzer “was a force for good. There’s always been corruption in American business, but the new class of rich has become untethered to normal people. They are only tethered to other rich people, and here you have a rich and powerful guy who cares about what is happening to those people and decides to punch back.”