Fine Art and the Fed Chief

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Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan will retire at the end of this month after 18 years at the helm. And while economists and historians can debate the influence of Greenspan on the economy and stock market, Greenspan has produced a bull market for at least one person. Erin Crowe is an artist whose subject is Alan Greenspan. David Gardner talks with her about the fine art behind her Greenspan paintings.



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