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People: After the Accord

The Fed used its newly gained independence to create a new kind of monetary regime
From 1951 to the mid-1960s, the Federal Reserve used the independence it gained with the Treasury-Fed Accord to create a new kind of monetary regime.

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William McChesney Martin Jr.
William McChesney Martin Jr.

Chairman
Board of Governors
1951 - 1970

Thomas B. McCabe
Thomas B. McCabe

Chairman
Board of Governors
1948 - 1951

C. Canby Balderston
C. Canby Balderston

Vice Chair
Board of Governors
1955 - 1966

George W. Mitchell
George W. Mitchell

Vice Chair
Board of Governors
1973 - 1976

James L. Robertson
James L. Robertson

Vice Chair
Board of Governors
1966 - 1973

J. Dewey Daane
J. Dewey Daane

Governor
Board of Governors
1963 - 1974

Marriner S. Eccles
Marriner S. Eccles

Governor
Board of Governors
1948 - 1951

Rudolph M. Evans
Rudolph M. Evans

Governor
Board of Governors
1942 - 1954

G.H.  King Jr.
G.H. King Jr.

Governor
Board of Governors
1959 - 1963

Sherman J. Maisel
Sherman J. Maisel

Governor
Board of Governors
1965 - 1972

Paul E. Miller
Paul E. Miller

Governor
Board of Governors
1954 - 1954

A.L.  Mills Jr.
A.L. Mills Jr.

Governor
Board of Governors
1952 - 1965

Edward L. Norton
Edward L. Norton

Governor
Board of Governors
1950 - 1952

Charles N. Shepardson
Charles N. Shepardson

Governor
Board of Governors
1955 - 1967

M.S.  Szymczak
M.S. Szymczak

Member
Board of Governors
1933 - 1961

James K. Vardaman Jr.
James K. Vardaman Jr.

Governor
Board of Governors
1946 - 1958

Carl E. Allen
Carl E. Allen

President
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
1956 - 1961

Karl R. Bopp
Karl R. Bopp

President
Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
1958 - 1970

Malcolm H. Bryan
Malcolm H. Bryan

President
Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
1951 - 1965

George H. Clay
George H. Clay

President
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
1961 - 1976

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