Is former Vice-President Dan Quayle getting ready for a new career in the foreign exchange pits? Between rounds of golf, he's being tutored by his former national security adviser, Karl Jackson, now a foreign exchange analyst, on the ins and outs of the $1 trillion-a-day currency markets. Quayle, though, says he's merely boning up on a vital issue in international economics.
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