A successful second act
WASHINGTON — There rarely are second acts, to borrow a phrase from F. Scott Fitzgerald, in American politics.
Larry Summers, lauded as President Bill Clinton’s Treasury secretary, made a comeback to government two and half years ago as President Barack Obama’s chief economic adviser with expectations he would become the next chairman of the Federal Reserve. Instead, he returned to Harvard University, his reputation not enhanced.
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