Politics & Policy

March 16, 2008

How’s the Dollar, Hank?

Fox News Sunday

Chris Dodd

Sen. Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.)

Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson

Eliot’s Mess

Meet the Press

Rep. Nita Lowey (D., N.Y.)

Ex-Sen. Bill Bradley (D., N.J.)

How’s the Dollar, Hank? II

This Week

Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi

Mass Appeal

Face the Nation

Gov. Deval Patrick (D., Mass.)

Ex-Clinton chief of staff Leon Panetta

David Brooks of the New York Times

How’s the Dollar, Hank? III

Late Edition

Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson

McCain policy advisor Douglas Holtz-Eakin

Clinton economic advisor Gene Sperling

Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D., Calif.)

Ambassador Paul Bremer

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