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Tough Questions Confront Yellen and the Fed

November 13, 2013

Douglas A. Rediker says Janet Yellen is likely to defend her monetary views in a cautious way, and that proposals in Congress to "audit" the US Federal Reserve would jeopardize the central bank's historic independence.





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