Peter Gosselin

National Economics Correspondent, Los Angeles Times

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National Economics Correspondent for the Los Angeles Times and author of High Wire: The Precarious Financial Lives of American Families

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Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson hit yesterday's TV talk shows and President Bush increased the pressure on Congress today saying that "the whole world is watching" progress on his…

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Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson hit yesterday's TV talk shows and President Bush increased the pressure on Congress today saying that "the whole world is watching" progress on his…

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