File - Then-Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, July 25, 2012. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
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Clinton and Geithner's books will be released just four months after former Defense Secretary Robert Gates' memoir landed like a punch in the West Wing.While Geithner has not provided the White House with advance copies of his book, "Stress Test," the text has been reviewed by lawyers at Treasury and the Federal Reserve. And drafts of Clinton's book, "Hard Choices," have been circulating for months among a small number of officials in Obama's National Security Council.Geithner's book comes out Monday and is expected to focus on the government's decisions in response to the recession gripping the U.S. at the start of Obama's presidency.
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