So Many Seats, So Little Room To Maneuver

Every President up for reelection should be so lucky: The economy seems headed toward solid growth through November, 1996. What's more, Bill Clinton has an opportunity in coming months to influence economic policy by filling three of seven seats on the Federal Reserve Board--including the powerful chairmanship. Funny, then, that the President's advisers are far from gleeful about this stroke of good fortune.

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