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NEW YORK (Reuters) - As Wall Street suffers through its worst slump in memory, New York City risks tarnishing its image as the city that drives America. Waiting to fill the gap is Washington, home to a popular president and a Congress whose mood matches that of a public angry at Wall Street for losing people's retirement savings while doling out executive bonuses and raking in billions from taxpayer-funded bailouts.