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The Poetry of Alan Greenspan: Recorded Rather Painstakingly, but Nevertheless with Adequate Regard for the Author's Central Thrust

Rich, Fontana

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ISBN 10: 0595096441 / ISBN 13: 9780595096442
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What would the poetry of Alan Greenspan sound like? Find out now. A humorous view from 30,000 feet as the chairman offers his views on love, the economy, existence, politics and history, technology, and more. You'll never be able to read the newspaper with a straight face again!What was the Chairman thinking when he proposed to his wife, Andrea Mitchell? What relationship does he see between love and the movement of interest rates? Why does he talk so obtusely? What does it feel like to ponder raising interest rates? What is it like to survey the entire world economy, and pull the levers that make it run? You'll get the long view of a man who can jump from the tools of cavemen to the Internet in a single couplet. What does the Chairman think of the Internet, the IPO phenomenon, round the clock trading, the Wealth Effect, Bill Clinton's personal problems, Big Brother, Internet hackers and the national debt? Best yet, the Chairman is also a musician. It turns out he loves to sing about the economy using popular songs you'll recognize, but with lyrics that address such issues as global exchange rates, the consumer price index and the balanced budget amendment. If you can read between the lines to see the humor in the business world, if you've ever laughed at a Dilbert cartoon, the Chairman will make you laugh out loud-in a bull or bear market.

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Rich Fontana can't get over how funny the business section of the newspaper is every day. He has held marketing jobs at Avon Products, and has run his own advertising/promotion agency for 10 years, with clients such as American Express, Citibank, The Thomson Corporation, General Foods, Times Mirror Magazines, US Surgical Corporation, The Conference Board. He has written widely on business and authored the 1996 American Express Survey of Business Travel Management.

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