Chairman Greenspan

Strout, Richard L.
September 1974
New Republic;9/14/74, Vol. 171 Issue 11, p13
Profiles Alan Greenspan, economic adviser of U.S. President Gerald Ford. Views of Greenspan on antitrust law and progressive income tax; Preference of Greenspan for subscription to a form of laissez-faire capitalism that has been elevated into a cult called objectivism; Role of Greenspan in helping Ford to deal with economic crisis of the country; Attack of Greenspan on consumer protection laws; Allegation of Greenspan that "welfare statists" were trying to demonetize gold because it was a barrier to confiscation through inflation.


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