From the Washington Post's Reliable Source column:
Ever wonder how Alan Greenspan managed to land a much younger babe like Andrea Mitchell? Now revving up the promotional machine for his new book, the former Fed chairman and his now-wife divulge in a "60 Minutes" interview, to air Sunday on CBS, how he got her back to his apartment after that first dinner date in 1984.
According to Mitchell, he told her he wanted "to show me an essay he had written."
"On what?" asks interviewer Lesley Stahl.
"Antitrust," says Mitchell. "Monopolies."
"On the Sherman Antitrust Act of 1890," clarifies Greenspan.
"You know how to woo a girl," says Stahl.
"It worked," says Greenspan.
(Thanks to Bert Foer.)
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