Neel Kashkari, then assistant secretary of the Treasury Department, arrives on Capitol Hill in September 2008.
Neel Kashkari, then assistant secretary of the Treasury Department, arrives on Capitol Hill in September 2008. Lauren Victoria Burke AP
Neel Kashkari, then assistant secretary of the Treasury Department, arrives on Capitol Hill in September 2008. Lauren Victoria Burke AP

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