Michael Lewis on Greenspan’s Ink

Writing with his Bloomberg columnist hat on head, Michael Lewis has two interesting takes on the controversial book “The Price of Loyalty”.

Take 1: George Bush Jr., is thoroughly uncomfortable with not running conversations. He is “a man terrified of complicated social interaction”.

Take 2: Alan Greenspan is much more complicit in the book than people have figured out. “We all know that Paul O’Neill just sent his old friend Dick Cheney a nasty message. It’s interesting to think that Alan Greenspan co-signed it, even if he did so in disappearing ink.”

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