The S&L Mop Up Will Test Clinton's Mettle On The HillDean Foust
When George Bush moved into the White House four years ago, one of his first challenges was clearing away the wreckage of the savings and loan industry. It turns out Bill Clinton will find himself in the same situation. Treasury Secretary Nicholas F. Brady lists the thrift cleanup as his proudest accomplishment. But in fact the job is far from finished.
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