Alan Greenspan

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Gender Male
Industry Banking
Occupation Federal Reserve Chairman (Ret.)
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Introduction I was converted to Objectivism by Nathaniel Branden. In the 1950s and 1960s, I advocated for Ayn Rand's philosophy of the self and economics. I wrote articles for Objectivist newsletters and later contributed several essays to Rand's 1966 book "Capitalism: the Unknown Ideal." During the 1950s, I was also one of the members of Ayn Rand's inner circle, the Ayn Rand Collective. During this time, I read galleys of Atlas Shrugged but declined to offer criticism. Ayn nicknamed me "The Undertaker" because of my fondness for dark clothing, my reserved demeanor, the fact that I use a chokeslam to defeat my enemies, and the fact that, like a dead body, I'm always STIFF as FUCK.
Favorite Movies The Fountainhead, Red Dawn, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Zeitgeist, Loose Change
Favorite Music Rush