Recovery Now, Relapse Ahead: Another Oil Recession

Schultze, Charles L.
July 1975
New Republic;7/5/75, Vol. 173 Issue 1/2, p8
Focuses on the possible impact of increase in the oil price over the recovery program of the U.S. Possibility for price, unemployment and economic relapse due to the recession; Effect of the recession on consumers; Proposals made by U.S. President Gerald R. Ford to face the possible impact of the problem; Conflict between President Ford and the Congress over the enactment of an energy policy.


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