Greenspan: The man who does the opposite

This article looks at what it says is the recurring pattern in Alan Greenspan's life of saying the opposite of what he is thinking/doing. Giving the example of his obscure but now famous essay, "Gold and Economic Freedom" published in 1966 it asks why he never bothered to do a thing when it came time to implementing such an idea as a central banker?

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