The WSJ got hold of a copy of Greenspan’s new book, due out Monday. Sounds a little mixed. The Ayn Rand devotee who played a partisan game in supporting skewed tax cuts by Bush, criticizes the Republicans for losing their one-time small government focus. One interesting point from being close to presidents – it seems that no normal person would run for the job – the most normal was Gerald Ford, who got into the White House through Nixon’s resignation.
It does sound more interesting than the usual political memoir. Hope it’s better than Alistair Campbell’s.