Commentary: The Fed: Don't Mess With Success, Mr. ClintonDean Foust
Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, and George Bush all came to fear--and sometimes loathe--the Federal Reserve. Their shared belief was that the central bank was willing to sacrifice their Presidencies in the battle against inflation. Yet as Bill Clinton settles into his second term, he's enjoying a happy marriage with the Fed that may well last another four years.
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