Clinton And Greenspan: Is An Explosion Coming?
Soon after Bill Clinton took office, Alan Greenspan got the seat of honor at the State of the Union address--next to First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton. These days, Clinton wants to put the Federal Reserve chairman in the hot seat. The President has avoided public attacks on the central bank's repeated rate hikes. But when asked about them, Clinton's face betrays his feelings. "You get the sense that he's biting his tongue so hard it's hurting," says a Fed official.
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