Government: What Kind of Monetary Men?

This month's departure of Robert Roosa as Under Secretary of the Treasury highlights an important question about monetary policy in Washington. A substantial number of the highest fiscal posts in the U.S. Government will soon be held by new appointees. The question that concerns businessmen, and that there is no way of answering now. is: What kind of men will they be?

President Johnson is expected soon to appoint a replacement for Roosa, who resigned to take a partnership in the banking and investment house of Brown Brothers Harriman and write a book...

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