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Alan Greenspan: The Financial Crisis Wasn't My Fault!

One of the most stunning mea culpas following the financial crisis was former Fed chairman Alan Greenspan's admission in October 2008 that he had put too much faith in the free market to regulate itself. His reputation damaged, Greenspan is hitting back. In an interview with FORTUNE’s Geoff Colvin, Greenspan takes on his critics and says the housing bubble was a “once-in-a-century event.
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