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100 1  Greenspan, Alan,|d1926- 
245 14 The age of turbulence|h[OverDrive electronic resource] :
       |badventures in a new world /|cAlan Greenspan. 
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500    Title from: Title details screen. 
500    Unabridged. 
500    Duration: 20:01:00. 
511 0  Read by Robertson Dean. 
520    In the immediate aftermath of September 11, 2001, in his 
       fourteenth year as Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board, 
       Alan Greenspan took part in a very quiet collective effort
       to ensure that America didn't experience an economic 
       meltdown, taking the rest of the world with it. There was 
       good reason to fear the worst: the stock market crash of 
       October 1987, his first major crisis as Federal Reserve 
       Chairman, coming just weeks after he assumed control, had 
       come much closer than is even today generally known to 
       freezing the financial system and triggering a genuine 
       financial panic. But the most remarkable thing that 
       happened to the economy after 9/11 was ... nothing. What 
       in an earlier day would have meant a crippling shock to 
       the system was absorbed astonishingly quickly. After 9/11 
       Alan Greenspan knew, if he needed any further 
       reinforcement, that we're living in a new world -- the 
       world of a global capitalist economy that is vastly more 
       flexible, resilient, open, self-directing, and fast-
       changing than it was even 20 years ago. It's a world that 
       presents us with enormous new possibilities but also 
       enormous new challenges. 
538    Requires OverDrive Media Console (WMA file size: 287654 
       KB). 
538    Mode of access: World Wide Web. 
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