Commentary: The New Economy's New Convert

When Alan Greenspan began ruminating out loud on Aug. 27 about the possible need for the Federal Reserve to deal with the dangers of a speculative asset bubble, Wall Street went into a swoon. Suddenly, investors who had confidently bid up shares--especially tHose getting a lift from the Internet and electronic commerce--became doubters.

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