Bernanke Invokes Friedman’s Legacy in Defense of New StimulusScott Lanman and Steve Matthews
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke invoked the inflation-fighting legacy of the late Nobel laureate economist Milton Friedman and, for the third time in as many days, defended the Fed’s expansion of record stimulus.
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