Greenspan at the Dallas Fed Branch dedication

In a speech given on 27 October Alan Greenspan of the Federal Reserve said while Mike Kelley served on the Board, he was keenly interested in a wide range of issues that spanned the gamut of what the Federal Reserve does.

"One of Mike's most painstaking projects at the Board was preparing the System for Y2K. There was a strange and appreciated quietude early that New Year's Day when the lights stayed on and the computers kept humming. The system worked. Moreover, following September 11, 2001

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