A Quarterly Scorecard for the Treasury Secretary

Wessel on Paulson

Henry Paulson took office as Treasury secretary at the beginning of July. He said he'd been assured that he'd have more clout than his two predecessors in the Bush administration. David Wessel, deputy Washington bureau chief for The Wall Street Journal, reviews Paulson's record so far.



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