The former U.S. treasury secretary says policies must focus on the average citizen, not those "who know a lot about the international system and how to game it."
It's much easier to steal a million bucks in C-notes than in twenties.
What the blame-the-liberals campaign doesn't acknowledge, let alone insist, is that if students are petulant or frightened now and if deans and professors are pandering to them, it's not because of liberal ideology but mainly because the "retail-store university" regards them increasingly as customers.
The Clinton wing of the party is still figuring out what to do with the Warren wing.
I would hope that the leaders of the ASA and other groups considering joining them would rethink their stance as they come under increasing pressure from individuals and academic institutions to do so.
"The agreement will be a net positive for the United States, both in terms of employment creation and overall economic growth
Despite his occasionally populist rhetoric, Obama proved highly solicitous of Wall Street interests at the expense of Main Street, and under the guidance of Summers, the Bush strategy of bailing out Wall Street continued under Obama.
Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Larry Summers has removed his name from consideration for Federal Reserve chair, The Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday.
On top of the uncertainty about what Summers would do as Fed chair, there was the uncertainty about whether he would even
Just last week, Citigroup announced that Summers would not be attending any events affiliated with the bank while he was
CHICAGO, Sept 14 (Reuters) - Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers has pulled out of speaking engagements and other
"I think he's extremely good at figuring out new and difficult issues -- he's got his own very good brain, but he also is
Obama's choice of Summers as chair of the Fed would deal a devastating blow to what little is left of the public's faith that the government will serve the common good and not the ultra-rich. For Summers is the perfect symbol of the insider's game that now dominates Washington.
WASHINGTON -- For the sake of the economy, President Barack Obama should nominate Janet Yellen to chair the Federal Reserve