I agree with Greenspan, in part
by Dave Lewis - Dude, Where's the Dharma?
In last week's WSJ, former Fed Chairman, Alan Greenspan, argues that the root of the mortgage crisis lies back in the aftermath of the Cold War, when the economic ruin of the Soviet Bloc was exposed with the fall of the Berlin Wall. Following these world-shaking events, market capitalism quietly, but rapidly, displaced much of the discredited central planning that was so prevalent in the Third World. I agree with Mr. Greenspan, in part- the fall of communism, in my view, set the stage for our current mess- a stage, managed, for a time, by Mr. Greenspan. More …
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