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Feb 14, 2016 11:05pm EST
good republican, george schultz. i was introduced to the world bank and to world markets by secretary shultz. at the same time, he was working with tip o'neill in congress, and he has worked in just about every administration since then. i think that we know, though america does not know, that in a world which is dominated by the struggles of a global economy, i say it is not that we need more boots on the ground. we need more ferragamo's on the ground. more stacy adams on the ground. [laughter] we need bankers, we need investors, we need people to create jobs because , as john's friend says, the way to stop a bullet is a job. and we are onto something here. we are onto the idea that we have got to make free enterprise work here in the united states, but through the united states we have got to make free enterprise work throughout this planet , because stabilizing a global economy, which we did not create -- it was created by all of these things we have in our pockets. we can't get away from it. there is no turning back, and a man who understands that and who struggles every
Feb 7, 2016 1:20pm EST
from their plantations. george washington did this as well. he brought in slaves to new york city and philadelphia from mount vernon. as the first to mystic staff to the united states president. >> tonight at 8:00 eastern on q&a. 2015 marked the anniversary of the freedmen's bank. the bank was for newly freed slaves in the post-civil war era. the treasury department hosts a ceremony to rename the treasury and its building. it was built on the original site of the freedmen's bank. this is about 30 minutes. >> good afternoon. i am the assistant secretary for management here at the treasury department. thank you all for being here today. those of you joining us virtually as well. it is a tremendous privilege to come to work here at the treasury department every day and this is stored building. century,or more than a decisions made at this building have impacted the lives of our fellow citizens. i am honored to work for the secretary, a great leader and tireless advocate. often times in the day-to-day routine it is easy to forget the , historic significance of the institution we work
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