Too Much Deference to Fed Chairmen is Stunting Policy Debates, Former Governor Says

There hasn't been dissent from a Fed governor in 10 years

Kevin Warsh, former governor of the U.S. Federal Reserve board. 

Photographer: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg

There is a strange routine that unfolds at the meetings of the Federal Open Market Committee, the panel that sets interest rates.

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