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Panderer to power

Author: Frederick Sheehan
Publisher: Maidenhead : McGraw-Hill Professional, 2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A look at the man behind the bubble economies of the last two decades reveals the mix of ambition and poor judgment that compelled the former Fed Chairman, Alan Greenspan, to set policies that enriched Wall Street at the expense of the American economy.
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Genre/Form: Biography
History
Named Person: Alan Greenspan; Alan Greenspan
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Frederick Sheehan
ISBN: 9780071615426 0071615423
OCLC Number: 244060537
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Contents: "The Education of Alan Greenspan" - 1926-1959 "The Best Years of Our Lives" - 1950-1959 "Great Expectations" - 1959-1968 "Shuttle Diplomacy" 1968. "Comeuppance" - 1969-1973 "Showtime" 1973-1976 "The Age of Ignorance" - 1971-1979 "House of Horrors" - 1977-1979 "Old Man in a Hurry" 1980-1983 "Gourmet Economist" 1980-1988 "Proxmire's Prophecy" 1985-1987 "The Helmsman" 1987-1989 "The Financial Economy" 1990-1994 "The American Decade" 1994-1997 "Soaking the Old and the Frail" 1995 "Getexuberant.com" 1998 "Opening Minds" 1999 "Maestro" 2000 "Mr. Coffee 2001 Apologetics at Jackson Hole 2002 Victory Lap - 2003 Potemkin Village 2004 Adieu 2005-2006 The Crack up 2006-2008
Responsibility: by Fred Sheehan.

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