William Poole

former President, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

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Senior Fellow at the CATO institute and former president of the Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis

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The Bush White House today warns of economic "calamity" if Congress won't bail out Wall Street, but despite the $700 billion price tag, the leading budget expert in Congress says…

Congress Pushes Back on the Bailout

The Bush White House today warns of economic "calamity" if Congress won't bail out Wall Street, but despite the $700 billion price tag, the leading budget expert in Congress says…

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