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by Ravi Batra

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finally some truth in economics. ( )
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"In this look at Alan Greenspan's economic policies over the last two decades, Ravi Batra reveals the devastating effects of the Federal Reserve Chairman's views and policies. Since 1987, Greenspan has held reign over economic policy, outlasting three presidents, and Batra shows how his views have shifted along with the political tides. Whether you agree with the Chairman's approaches or not, his influence is indisputably far-reaching and resonates loudly around the world." "In this revealing portrait, the enigmatic head of the Fed is exposed. Batra shares his opinions about Greenspan's motivations as well as his influences and shows why Greenspan has had such an extraordinary career. The result is a complete understanding of this legendary figure."--BOOK JACKET.… (more)

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