President Bush’s nominee to lead the World Bank wasted no time in trying to smooth ruffled feathers last week.
The institution had ‘‘passed through a difficult time for all involved’’, 53-year-old Robert Zoellick said at the White House last Wednesday. ‘‘We need to put yesterday’s discord behind us and to focus on the future together.”
The words may have carried a strong whiff of...
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