Stanley Hartt once earned $450,000 a year as a labor lawyer. But last spring, he resigned after 2½ years as deputy finance minister—in part, he said, because he had found it difficult to get by on his $120,000 government salary. However, in his new job Hartt has embarked on a crusade for austerity.
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