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Jon on Alan Greenspan

I left a comment at "Liberating Our Heritage," on a Jon post: "The Maestro as Manipulator?"

Jon asks about Rand's views of Alan Greenspan, based on Nathaniel Branden's recollections from his memoir, My Years with Ayn Rand. My comment on the man whom Rand called "the undertaker" can be found here.

Comments welcome, but visit Jon's place. Also noted at SOLO HQ.


So I finished my post around 3:45, e-mailed Chris around 4, and around an hour later he's not only replied but also managed to find the perfect quote. All this while recovering from kidney stones--what a guy!

Hey, glad I could be of service! :)