Although the U.S. economy has been nothing but sunshine, it has been a terrifying year in world markets. So far, the U.S. has dodged these bullets, but the danger to its economy is far from over. In late-night phone calls, in marathon meetings and over bagels, three men - Robert Rubin, Alan Greenspan and Larry Summers - are working to stop what has become a plague of economic panic. By fighting off one collapse after another - and defending their economic policy from political meddling - the three men have so far protected American growth, making investors deliriously, perhaps delusionally, happy in the process.
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