The Greenspan Chronicles, Part 4: Why Capitalist Prosperity It Dying

In Part 3 we demonstrated that the essence of Greenspan's policy was to make up for the loss of middle class income and jobs caused by domestic inflation and off-shoring by encouraging households to hock their castles with more and more debt. This was otherwise known as cash-out "refi" or MEW (mortgage equity withdrawal).
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