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Burns again

9 May 2019 By Rob Cox

It’s not the first time a U.S. president has tried to meddle in monetary policy. But the failed shoehorning of partisans onto the central bank’s board has bound hawks and doves together in a robust defense of the institution’s independence, as a recent Stanford confab revealed.

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