How Brady Is Cooling Bush's Tax Cut FeverBy
Treasury Secretary Nicholas F. Brady had barely wrapped up an exhausting international economic meeting in Bangkok when he received troubling news. While he was overseas, Republican conservatives persuaded a jittery President Bush to propose a tax-cut package to stimulate the anemic recovery--and to push for passage as quickly as possible.
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