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The Fed model

28 September 2020 By Anna Szymanski

America’s highest court and central bank have some things in common: both are unelected and enjoy vast power and independence. The fight to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg shows lifetime appointments have politicized court nominations. Those dreaming of reform could look to the Fed.

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