Atlantic Monthly, April 2010, online edition, 13p
"The story of Timothy Geithner’s rise is one of hard work, bureaucratic mastery, and the culmination of a 40-year evolution in Democratic thinking about finance. His experience made him indispensable to saving the economy—and quite possibly the wrong person to reform it."
Joshua Green has been a senior editor for The Atlantic since 2003.
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B4/02-10, posted April 27, 2010