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December 14, 2011

Fed Up – The Federal Reserve is shrouded in obscurity. That’s partly its fault—but it’s partly progressives’ fault, too

Matthew Yglesias, a writer for Slate, argues in this essay for the journal Democracy that progressives should be more aggressive in calling for changes at the Federal Reserve, such as how its regional banks elect directors and require the central bank to hit certain targets, such as for inflation.

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