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“The government has $350 billion in Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) funds that it can use to encourage new bank lending.”
“Sunday, October 25 at 5: 15 pm: Pre-Conference Event – Arts and Activism in Troubled Times”
“I assure you that I'm not a coward or bullie when I hide behind my name Troubled Texan.”
“Now, to not be serious: Dr. Phil to Intervene in Troubled Republican Family â€œThese guys need more than a check-up from the neck-up.”
“Dr. Phil to Intervene in Troubled Republican Family â€œ … These guys need more than a check-up from the neck-up.”
“So, on behalf of the jurors for the Lillian Smith Awards and the Southern Regional Council, we salute Lawrence Powell for giving those of us who embrace a sense of moral action, a decidedly elegant articulation in Troubled Memory of why we must never forget, of why we must -- to borrow from Toni Morrison -- "re-memory" stories and transmit them as grounds for moral action in unknowable futures.”
“Powell's closing words in Troubled Memory remind us that indeed there is no hiding place for any of us from the problems of the racial lines in human society and that moral action is less a matter of desire than of necessity in our time.”
“As the senior Republican on the financial services committee, he was expected to lead his party's negotiations on the $700 billion bailout that became known as the Troubled”
“As the senior Republican on the financial services committee, he was expected to lead his party's negotiations on the $700 billion bailout that became known as the Troubled Asset Relief Program.”
“However, taxpayers handed Citigroup $45bn in all last year, under the bailout scheme known as the Troubled Asset Relief Program, or Tarp.”
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