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The Price of Loyalty, the Education of Paul O’Neill and the dubya admin

Been reading the Price of Loyalty by Ron Suskind for a class, O’Neill was the CEO of Alcoa aluminum that made his fortune and like Jordan to basketball, returned to politics after his retirement from it. Only in Chapter 3 right now but as Secretary Treasury O’Neill must learn to keep his mouth shut since the opposition is watching him like a hawk. For instance, commenting once about the strength of the economy over the strength of the dollar lead to the euro catching up 10 cents overnight. Careful, careful Mr. O’Neill. not use to being among the birds in the nest and conditioned to be the shot caller could get you in trouble. 

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