What Can an Economic Adviser Do When He Disagrees with the President?


The author, a member of President Bill Clinton's Council of Economic Advisers, traces a fascinating history, about how fundamental policy differences between economic advisers and presidents have been resolved. Some of the history, which includes two resignations on principle, has never been told,  But what to do under President George W. Bush as budget deficits quickly rise? The author offers his advice to economic advisers.

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Last updated on 06/05/2018