When he stopped, Swift said he had spent the day playing golf and inspecting housing projects.
He claimed to have been travelling at no more than 60mph.
In a 2005 report to investors, for instance, three analysts at Citigroup advised that “the World is dividing into two blocs—the Plutonomy and the rest”: In a plutonomy there is no such animal as “the U. consumer” or “the UK consumer”, or indeed the “Russian consumer”.
‘You were on the other side of the carriageway and crash barrier.’ He added that not being able to drive would affect his job, saying: ‘That’s it.
This widening gap between the rich and non-rich has been evident for years.
This diagnosis, though alarming, was hardly unique: drawing attention to the divide between the wealthy and everyone else has long been standard fare on the left.
(The idea of “two Americas” was a central theme of John Edwards’s 20 presidential runs.) What made the argument striking in this instance was that it was being offered by none other than the former five-term Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan: iconic libertarian, preeminent defender of the free market, and (at least until recently) the nation’s foremost devotee of Ayn Rand.
La Guardia Airport is the nearest and Penn station is one mile away.
The hotel counts 665 guestrooms which feature electronic safes, high speed Internet (for a fee), in room video games and air conditioning.