Anil Kashyap

Professor of Economics and Finance, University of Chicago

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Professor of Economics and Finance at the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business

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Henry Paulson had been the CEO of Goldman Sachs, a Republican and a free marketeer.  But as George W.

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The Wall Street rescue failed in the House.  Now the Senate will take up a similar bill tonight, with support from  John McCain ,  Barack Obama  and  Joe Biden .

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