October 21, 2016
If true, this is admirable. Given its ability to help or hinder the economy, it would be worrying if the central bank influenced, or was influenced by, the vagaries of politics. But political involvement has been the rule, not the exception, in the history of the Fed.
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Alexander William Salter is an assistant professor of economics at Texas Tech University and a research fellow at Texas Tech's Free Market Institute.