Greenspan, Clinton fuelled '90s boom

Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan can take only partial credit for the longest economic expansion on record in the 1990s, Morgan Stanley's chief economist Stephen Roach wrote in Foreign Policy, a magazine published by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

"Greenspan's leadership in monetary policy undoubtedly played an important role in fostering the conditions that allowed the US economy to surge in the 1990s," Roach wrote in the magazine's January-February issue.

"A judicious

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