Talk:Kevin Warsh

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This article never names the exact position Kevin Warsh was appointed to at the Fed. (talk) 19:45, 17 April 2018 (UTC)

As far as I can tell, this article currently has significant accuracy problems. No official biography I can find mentions a number of the "facts" mentioned in this article. I will be re-writing the article substantially. If someone can point to a legitimate source verifying the current version, they are welcome to revert. (GMCViolin 02:57, 3 May 2006 (UTC))


This article seems to be nothing but criticism of Kevin Warsh. I would like to see less biased information and be allowed to draw my own conclusions.

Middle name?[edit]

This might sound strange, but does anyone know what the 'M.' in Kevin M. Warsh stands for? I've been trying to find the middle names for a few of the governors, but so far I haven't had any luck. Answerthis 14:36, 14 November 2007 (UTC)

Maxwell. Cythericos (talk) 16:46, 17 November 2007 (UTC)
Thanks for the answer Cythericos. Do you happen to have a link that can confirm this? I'd like to have sources to back this up. Answerthis 07:42, 2 December 2007 (UTC)

Parents' Names[edit]

Does anyone know the names of Warsh's parents? I am not asking for the name of his father in law. Budrose (talk) 10:39, 28 December 2008 (UTC)

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[I]n July 2007 and a few weeks before Wall Street’s first mini-crash in August, Governor Kevin Warsh uncorked an observation that ranks among the most foolish blather ever uttered by a high financial official: “We don’t see any immediate systemic risk issues…. The most important providers of market discipline are the large, global commercial and investment banks.” -from David Stockman, The Great Deformation, 2014

Greg Ip, whom you cite for Warsh's role after all hell broke loose, is a flaming Keynesian and hardly unbiased