Greenspan And Clinton Could Play Some Snazzy DuetsBy
Undoubtedly, the most remarkable link between President Bill Clinton and Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan is the saxophone. In the 1940s, Greenspan earned a living wailing away with the Henry Jerome band at Childs' Paramount restaurant in New York City. The question now arising, especially in the financial markets: Will Clinton and Greenspan make beautiful music together on economic policy?
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