WASHINGTON -- At the Federal Reserve Board, an institution that thrives on consensus-building and collegiality, Wayne Angell is the voice of dissent.

The 61-year-old Kansas native can often be found in the minority on policy decisions ranging from bank mergers to expanded powers to interest rates, Frequently, he is the only naysayer. And that suits him fine.

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