In choosing R. Glenn Hubbard and N. Gregory Mankiw as his top economic advisers, Republican White House hopeful Mitt Romney has tapped unquestionable brains in the field of conservative economics, two men with Ivy League pedigrees and extensive CVs.

He’s also courting controversy from the early years of the George W. Bush White House.


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