Gene Sperling and Economic terms - Collection Finding Aid

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Gene Sperling and Economic terms - Collection Finding Aid



This collection consists of records relating to Gene Sperling and Banking Regulation, Cato Institute, Contract with America, Financial Deregulation, Glass-Steagall, Goldman Sachs, Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, Heritage Foundation, and James Buchanan. Gene Sperling was President Clinton’s economic adviser and was responsible for coordinating economic policy and chairing policy meetings with the economic cabinet. He served as Deputy Director and then Director of the National Economic Council during the Clinton Administration. He served as Deputy Director from 1993 – 1996 and then Director from 1996 – 2001. The collection contains correspondence, emails, memos, talking points, reports, and news articles. The collection consists of materials on the Republican Contract with America ’94, Congressional Research Service Reports, Cato Institute on Social Security Issues, The Impact of a Balanced-Budget Amendment and the Contract with America on State Finances. The vast majority of emails in this collection contain news media material, specifically TV news program transcripts
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