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As Chairman of the United States Federal Reserve, Alan Greenspan is, arguably, the most powerful financial figure in the world. Even before assuming the chairmanship in 1987, he wielded enormous influence as economic advisor to presidents Nixon, Ford, and Reagan. In this lively, accessible account, financial writer and critically acclaimed biographer Jerome Tuccille offers readers a rare, intimate look into the life of Alan Greenspan. Tuccille reveals the defining incidents in Greenspan¿s life and the major influences on his thinking, offering a behind-the-scenes look at Greenspan¿s years in Ayn Rand¿s inner circle. In the process, Tuccille also demystifies Fed policy, making it intelligible and entertaining for general readers. Those Tuccille has interviewed extensively include Robert Rubin, Herbert Stein, Jack Kemp, Milton Friedman, James Baker, Henry Kissinger, Nancy Reagan, and George Bush Sr.
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