June 1974
New Republic;6/29/74, Vol. 170 Issue 26, p4
Focuses on international economic conditions, with emphasis on economic conditions of the U.S. Qualifications of the economic advisers of U.S. President Richard Nixon; Decline in the income of American wage earners; Appointment of noneconomist Kenneth Rush to be the "counsellor" of Nixon for the economic policy with cabinet rank; Set up of a joint committee to review President's economic policy; Comparison of the inflation rate of Europe with that of the U.S.; External debts of Italy; Factors responsible for a decline in the economic conditions of Italy; Proposal of a tax relief program by several senators of the U.S., for the economic development of the country; Possibility of decline of the U.S. dollar.


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