ALAN GREENSPAN - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED 10/27/1982 - HFSID 323237
Sale Price $252.00
Signature from the Federal Reserve Board Chairman, dated 1982
Autograph note signed: "Best wishes to Alvin Carl Kentz/Sincerely/Alan Greenspan", in purple ink, 5½x4½. Hand dated October 27, 1982. As Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board, Alan Greenspan (b. 1926) has been the chief architect of U.S. monetary policy under five Presidents. Co-founder of a New York economic consulting firm, Townsend and Greenspan, he chaired the Council of Economic Advisors for President Ford (1974-1977). First appointed Fed chairman by President Reagan, he was reappointed by both Presidents Bush and by Clinton in between, serving until 2006. With benefit of hindsight, many have blamed his loose credit policies for the subprime mortgage crisis. (Time would later place him #3 on the list of people to blame.) Corners slightly worn. Lightly toned. Fine condition.
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