After Resignations, Bush Works to Address Economy
In the wake of the resignations last week of Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill and White House economic advisor Larry Lindsay, the list of replacements narrows. President Bush must satisfy not only the electorate, but also businesspeople from Wall Street to Silicon Valley as he crafts his economic policies over the next two years. Hear NPR's Don Gonyea and Steve Inskeep.
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