A Tug Of War Inside The Fed
Earlier this year, Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan seemed to have it all: a healthy economy with low inflation, a third term, and clear control over monetary policy. Now, Greenspan may be a victim of his own success. The economy's surprising strength has sparked a mini-rebellion by normally supportive colleagues.
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