The Man Who Knew: Robert Kennedy, then a Democratic presidential hopeful, had given an emotional speech about the challenges of racial justice and calling for compassion for those who suffer in our economy.
The Weiner Component Vol. He was appointed by President Ronald Reagan and served until January 31,when he retired from that office. There was a rumor that he had lobbied for the Alan greenspan.
After four Alan greenspan in office he was reappointed by President George H. Bill Clinton also reappointed him and so did George W.
Greenspan was a Republican conservative with a classical education in economics, who got his P. He supported privatizing Social Security and tax cuts which, according to the Democrats, would increase the deficit.
Alan Greenspan was nominated by President Reagan on June 2, and was confirmed by the Senate on August 11 of that year. To Congress he quickly assumed the role of a seer, generally when he was questioned by Republican members of either House of Congress, they spoke to him with a large degree of reverence, as though his answers to their questions were the absolute ones.
He was considered the maestro of economics; his words being gems of economic wisdom.
This occurred throughout his entire term as Chairman of the Federal Reserve. According to the late economist Paul Samuelson the process of splitting mortgages began during the late s. For innumerable reasons banks had traditionally allowed people to take out second mortgages on their homes charging them slightly more in interest than they were paying on their first mortgage.
Occasionally the banks would sell these mortgages to individuals in order to get their money back for a more profitable use. In the late s many banks broke these mortgages up into large pieces in order to sell them and sold each one to a multitude of Hedge Funds who then used them as securities.
He and his aids believed in a totally free Market where all economic decisions were made by the Market. The basis by which the Market operated was the profit motive. It had been explained by Adam Smith in his preindustrial revolution book that he published in Regulations limiting the form and actions of banks were brought in during and after the Great Depression.
The Roosevelt Administration from on brought about legislation to stop this from occurring again. Apparently the Reagan Administration in on believed this was no longer a problem. Morgan-Chase, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, and others decided to break up the mortgages into fractional shares, split the shares among Hedge Funds, and sell shares in the Hedge Funds.
This included both first and second mortgages.From the legendary former Fed Chairman and the acclaimed Economist writer and historian, the full, epic story of America's evolution from a small patchwork.
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