October 14, 2008 5:02 PM

Financial crisis improves political fortunes of Britain's Brown

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, widely credited for inspiring financial bailout plans around the world, is reaching farther with calls for a coordinated overhaul of international financial regulation. His ideas are getting a closer look after the Bush administration's decision Monday to partially nationalize banks, a step Britain took a week ago.

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