The Fed's Argument for Flexibility

Q&A Since arriving in Washington less than three years ago, David W. Mullins Jr., 45, has emerged as one of the capital's most influential banking policy makers. During a 1989-1990 stint at the Treasury Department, he helped craft the 1989 savings and loan bailout law.

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