Books by Alan Greenspan

Released: Oct. 16, 2018

"Not without biases, but a smart and engaging look at the workings of the economic machine under various regimes, isolationist and internationalist alike."
Everyone's favorite Randian economist explains the rise of American economic supremacy and worries for its passing. Read full book review >
Released: Oct. 22, 2013

"Sober without being dour and with a perhaps surprisingly optimistic conclusion. For policy wonks and readers with a grasp of basic economics, a refreshing re-examination of doctrine, reality and effect."
Former Federal Reserve Board chairman Greenspan (The Age of Turbulence: Adventures in a New World, 2007, etc.) lightens up on free market orthodoxies to ponder the fact that people do not always behave, economically, as we wish them to—and neither do markets. Read full book review >

"This is for the faithful only—those who flaunt dollar signs rather than sense."
In these papers collected from her cultist Objectivist News-Letter, the white goddess of laissez-faire capitalism continues the fervent dialogue between herself and those minds most at ease in the 19th century. Read full book review >