Summers Would Spark Confirmation Fight of the CenturySimon Johnson
Sept. 9 (Bloomberg) -- Throughout the Federal Reserve’s 100-year history, the Senate has generally deferred to the president’s choice of leader for the central bank. If Larry Summers is picked for the job, however, the debate around his nomination would be unlike any that has come before.
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