The New Republic and Larry Summers

MARCH 16, 2009
Larry Summers, former Secretary of the Treasury and now the White House Director of The National Economic Council had in part, worked to easy Wall Street's regulation in the late nineties.  Today, he's been brought in to help fix this economic disaster.  Irony?  With so many economic "Cooks in the Kitchen" will they be able to agree on how to move the economy forward?
This portrait for The New Republic was commissioned by Christine Carr last week and just came out.
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