In the Life of Budget Director Orszag
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In the Life of Budget Director Orszag

The Washington Post's Phil Rucker and Anne Kornblut interview White House Budget Director Peter Orszag for an intimate look into his long days, spending time with his children, choosing to become an economist, and his "propeller head" nickname. This interview took place on Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2009. Video by Anna Uhls/washingtonpost.com (Anna Uhls/The Washington Post)

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