The extraordinary Greenspan

This editorial from The Washington Times says it is quite unlikely that the American and world economies would have experienced such good fortunes as they have over the past 20 years were Mr. Greenspan not leading the world's most powerful central bank for nearly all that time. Knowing he plans to remain Fed chairman at least through his 14-year term, it says, should be a source of comfort to one and all.

The extraordinary Greenspan

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