PROJECT SYNDICATE DRAFT: Lael Brainard for Fed Chair

Why is this not obvious?

President Bill Clinton was impressed by then-Federal Reserve Chair and Republican Alan Greenspan's willingness to offset Clinton's deficit-reducing fiscal contraction with monetary expansion in order to keep recovery and growth from stalling in the 1990s. Greenspan did so over the partisan objections of Republicans denouncing him for making monetary pol…

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