By Caren Bohan WASHINGTON, Aug 25 (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama spared himself one big potential headache by deciding to keep Ben Bernanke in the central bank chief's job rather than turning to his adviser Lawrence Summers. Already challenged by Congress on his healthcare and climate change policies, the president -- only seven months in the job -- could well have faced one more tough fight over so controversial a choice as the blunt-spoken Summers. This way Obama may be ...
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