Harry Dexter White

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Harry Dexter White

An American economist who served in a senior capacity at the Treasury Department. Following World War II, he was instrumental in the creation of the Bretton Woods System and the International Monetary Fund. He was a noted Keynesian who favored U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal. He was later revealed to be a spy for the Soviet Union.