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Horseshift! (with reference to Gordian Knots)

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Remarks before the National Association of State Retirement Administrators 59th Annual Conference, Portland, Oregon, August 5, 2013 ; "I believe American businesses today are, far and away, the most efficient operators in the world. We have countless businesses in every sector of goods and service production that are the equivalents of the Secretariats, Man o'Wars, Citations, Seabiscuits or any great thoroughbred that has ever graced the track. They just need to be let out of the starting gate."

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  • Richard W. Fisher, 2013. "Horseshift! (with reference to Gordian Knots)," Speeches and Essays 134, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.
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