Books@DailyFinance: Henry Paulson's Meltdown Memoir


I always sort of liked Henry Paulson when he was President Bush's Treasury Secretary. He was an appealing figure. Oh, the chrome-dome gave away his age, but his big frame still looked formidable, his athleticism underscored by the sports watch that peeked out from underneath his suit-coat sleeve. And even though Paulson was from Goldman Sachs (GS), a bank on the front lines of the Meltdown That Wall Street Built, he also had the know-how to fix it.

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