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November 23, 2010 12:00 AM

Federal Reserve criticism suddenly is mainstream

If he didn't know it already, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke is learning that no good deed goes unpunished. Bernanke's measured move to bolster the American economy by purchasing an additional $600 billion in U.S. Treasury bonds — an attempt to pump liquidity into the economy — is triggering a backlash from the right.

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