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President Obama avoids costly Fed chief confirmation battle with Larry Summers' withdrawal

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In withdrawing his name from consideration as chairman of the Federal Reserve, Larry Summers defused the possibility of a rancorous confirmation fight that would have pitted liberal Democrats against the president’s nominee. Summers cited the need to avoid a costly nomination battle in his letter to President Obama bowing out of consideration, writing that he has “reluctantly concluded that...

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