Superman and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke are both mild-mannered. They are both calm, even in the face of global disasters. They are both sometimes said to be from other planets.Superman wears an "s" on his chest. Where he comes from, it's a symbol of hope. Mr. Bernanke prefers the "$". Where he comes from, there is no problem that this symbol cannot solve.Superman is known as the "Man of Steel," the title of a movie to be released on Friday. Mr. Bernanke could be called the "Man of Steal" given low-interest rate policies said to widen the gap between rich investors and poor retirees living on fixed incomes.Both men defy gravity. Superman can leap buildings in a single bound. Mr. Bernanke is nicknamed "Helicopter Ben" for dropping money from great heights, as his mentor Milton Friedman, famously suggested as a way of fighting deflation.Superman fights for "truth, justice and The American Way." Mr. Bernanke fights for "globalization," even to the point of providing cheap U.S. d...
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