My Favorite Quotes
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 Andrew Brimmer - “I believe history will judge him as one of the strongest and most constructive of the Fed chairs,”
 Janette Brimmer - “Access to information is really not available to folks.”
 Andrew Brimmer - “I look upon that job as a holding operation, ... I don't think Taylor would be happy to spend four years as the No. 3 person in the Treasury Department.”
 Janette Brimmer - “We want to make sure that we're not going to continue to have this problem.”
 Andrew Brimmer - “I don't think the jobs report will change the Fed's plan, which had been set forth rather clearly following its June policy meeting,”
 Janette Brimmer - “We still have net wetland losses being reported which is a real core issue, since we were hoping to -- all the way back 15 years ago when the Wetland Conservation Act passed -- have net gains.”
 Andrew Brimmer - “There is no trick to enable the Fed to induce the private sector to want to borrow, ... That's why the burden now switches to fiscal policy.”
 Janette Brimmer - “We thought things were happening on the landscape that we don't know about. We said, 'Let's get a bunch of people out on the landscape to tell us about wetlands.' Those wetlands stories bore out under investigation.”