Debate heats up over Bernanke's role in cutting unemployment

As unemployment slowly declines, worries about the labor market have triggered a debate about whether Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke is doing enough to put Americans back to work. Some critics say he should be more aggressive, while many economists think his restrained approach to helping the recovery is the best course to follow.

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