Nov. 6, 2008
The New Republic | A thoughtful look at New York Fed President Tim Geithner, a leading candidate for Obama's Treasury secretary, and his relationship with fellow candidate for the job Larry Summers.
Council on Foreign Relations | One of the reasons the global economy has held up OK through the last year is the strong growth in China. Brad Setser looks at why that freight train may be losing momentum.
The Wall Street Journal | A consultant outlines how the government might attack the foreclosure crisis, a challenge fraught with difficulties.
November 6, 2008; 11:39 AM ET
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