Some reads to start the week:
• Alan Greenspan fights back (Fortune) Four years after leaving the Fed as the Greatest Central Banker Ever, the longest-serving chairman, the Maestro, Alan Greenspan is the designated goat.
• Dorfman: Buy Stock Now to Ride Second Stage of Bull Market (Bloomberg)
• The perils of economic populism (The New Yorker)
• What I Learned From Hank Paulson’s Book (Real Time Economics) I don’t know about Wessell, but I learned that when the going got tough, Paulson prays. A lot. Personally, I prefer rigorous analytical thinking to prayer, but that’s because I have a bias towards rationality in the public sphere.
• The State of the Internet (Focus)
What are you reading?