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Who Shot Goldilocks?: How Alan Greenspan Did…

Who Shot Goldilocks?: How Alan Greenspan Did in Our Jobs, Savings, and…

by William Rutherford

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0975310402, Hardcover)

The Goldilocks economy was the longest economic expansion in post war history - not too hot... not too cold... just right! Then, seemingly without reason it came to a crashing halt. Two and a half million working Americans lost their jobs, seven and one-half trillion in savings was destroyed. Businesses closed, hospitals closed. Many people found themselves forced to work beyond retirement. Real incomes declined for years. The lives of Americans were changed forever... Now in its second printing, this compelling book names people and events, to show who shot Goldilocks, and it wasn't the Butler or Colonel Mustard!

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:23:25 -0400)

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