A meeting of the Federal Reserve Board's Consumer Advisory Council can have all the warmth and good feeling of a professional wrestling match as bankers, regulators, and community groups press their often-conflicting points of view.

Katharine W. McKee, the council's new chairman, has the job of bringing the differing opinions of the 30-person committee together, or at least keeping its members from reaching the boiling point too often.

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