Transcripts of the monetary policymaking body of the Federal Reserve from 2002–2008.

I think I would just note, Vice Chairman Geithner, that Jim Clouse wrote a version of the minutes that did a pretty good job of integrating them. It gave the projections with the long-term overview and the underlying forces, et cetera, and then the rest of the minutes, as is our wont, in sort of a sector-by-sector discussion of mostly developments in the near term. But you raise a good question. I think we should keep that in mind.

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