WASHINGTON -- Political leaders must take a long-term view of the economy to ensure that the dollar remains the world's dominant currency, Federal Reserve Board Governor Lawrence Lindsey said Thursday.

Mr. Lindsey, speaking at a conference celebrating the 50th anniversary of Bretton Woods, said policymakers must battle for low-inflation, open capital markets, and liberal trade if they want the dollar to keep its role in the world economy.

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