Compare and contrast? This may turn out to be one of those examples of “history doesn’t repeat itself, but it rhymes.” (Gotta give that quote to Mark Twain, I believe):
Greenspan in 2000 (at the “White House Conference on the New Economy”):
“It is becoming increasingly difficult to deny that something profoundly different than the postwar business cycle has emerged in recent years.”
Greenspan in 2005 (at the Banco de Mexico, in Mexico City):
“The rise of our deficit and our ability to finance it appears to coincide with a pronounced new phase of globalization that has emerged in the past decade.