Actions like Treasury Secretary Paulson noted that the wide gap between the richest Americans and the poorest was one of the “four main economic issues that must be met” by the U.S. government. He also addressed the issue in one of his first public appearances as Secretary of the Treasury. (Whoever wrote this article Paulson pocketed 50 million dollars of Glodman Sachs for his management and talk about rich and poor …) Like him, the three chief executives of Goldman Sachs prior to his management became Workers for the government: Corzine as a Senator (and later Governor of New Jersey), Friedman as chairman of the National Economic Council (later chairman of the Intelligence Advisory Board President), and Rubin, both as chairman of NEC and later Treasury Secretary under President Bill Clinton. Read more here: Coupang. The former colleague of Paulson at Goldman Sachs, Bob Steel was appointed Under Secretary of Treasury Domestic Finance.