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Ten Acts for Chairman Bernanke in January 2013

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Wed, 9 Jan 2013

From the inception of the financial crisis, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke has been unflinching and audacious, never compromising, battling for the American people during a time of stress amid criticism from many throughout the world. When political leaders have faltered, Bernanke has succee

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