Business: Adroit Switch at Money Central

Miller pleases Burns' fans and foes; Mclntyre completes economic team

The suspense over who would replace Arthur Burns as chairman of the Federal Reserve Board—or if he would be replaced at all—began to build even before Jimmy Carter entered the White House. During his campaign, Carter made it clear that he felt each President should choose a Fed chairman whose views were compatible with his own—and he has chafed increasingly under Burns' open criticism of White House policy. But could Carter afford to dump the legendary and controversial Burns when his second four-year term as chairman of what has been called...

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