Looking for Greenspan quote on "worker insecurity"
There's something from wikipedia that says:
"Greenspan believed one of his jobs as Chairman was to maintain a high enough level of worker insecurity to discourage employees from demanding pay raises and benefit increases."
I'm looking for a direct quote from Greenspan saying that - I've searched but have been unable to find it (only indirect quotes). Similar quotes from other Fed honchos will also be good if you've got 'em. I'm just looking for more reasons to get people riled up over the Fed - if people knew that the Fed thought part of its job was to create employment instability and lower wages, they wouldn't need too much more help from us to want to abolish the Fed in this climate.
Oh, and if you can find video or audio clip of this exchange, that'd be awesome:
“It turns out that we were all wrong,” Greenspan conceded at a Senate hearing.
“Just for the record, we were not all wrong, but many people were wrong,” Clinton (D-N.Y.), shot back.