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Maestro by Bob Woodward
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Jun 16, 2007

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When historians talk about the late 1980s through the early 2000s, any discussion would be incomplete without reference to Alan Greenspan. As some would say, In Greenspan we trust. This biography is titled Maestro due to Mr. Greenspan's training as a musician at Julliard and his conducting of U.S. economic policy. Interesting times such as the 1987 stock market crash, the 1994 devaluation of the peso, and the largest peace-time economic expansion are all visted.


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