Tim Geithner has long planned to step down from his role as Treasury Secretary during President Obama's second term. What is one of the most powerful men in finance to do once he becomes a private citizen? A round of "detox" and writing a book, possibly in that order.Friends of Geithner say they believe he will take a year off from one of the most stressful posts in government and possibly pen a book about his role in developing economic policy during President Obama's first term in office, as well as his other public policy experience, including his role as president of the New York Federal Reserve Bank during the 2008 financial crisis.No doubt it could be a page-turner, at least for those interested in the confluence of finance and government during one of the most tumultuous times since the Great Depression in the 1930s.Geithner, 51, was one of the architects behind the controversial bailouts of Bear Stearns, American International Group (NYSE:AIG) and the grand bailout of the bank...
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