Revealing Passage Of The Day
Gaffes, They Say, Occur When The Truth Is Inadvertently Revealed
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From this story, concerning Robert Zoellick's nomination to head the World Bank. I'll just let the excerpt speak for itself:
There are some at the World Bank, many bank officials say, who may resist a bias toward encouraging free-market economies, especially at a time when faith in that philosophy has faded in Latin America and elsewhere. But bank officials said they would welcome a new president with knowledge in this area.
"A lot of people used to think that if the Democrats win the White House in 2008, we might get a new president who won't be pursing free markets and corruption," said one bank official, who spoke on condition of anonymity. "But most people at the bank also realize that reform is necessary."