WASHINGTON — White House officials are eager to reassure consumers nervous about parting with money this Christmas season.

It’s all part of the Bush administration tackling the uncertain economy with increased public attention, which began last Friday with the abrupt ouster of Treasury Secretary Paul O’Neill and chief White House economic adviser Lawrence Lindsey. Their departures occurred as the government reported November’s unemployment rate hit an almost nine-year high of 6 percent.

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