T.R.B. from Washington

September 1975
New Republic;9/27/75, Vol. 173 Issue 13, p4
Focuses on plans of Alice Rivlin, director of the Congressional Budget Office of the U.S. to rescue the U.S. economy from recession. International opinion on the recession; Overview of a report prepared by the economic team of Rivlin; Viewpoints expressed in various newspapers in the U.S. regarding steps to be taken to recover from the recession; Opinion of liberal academic economists on efforts of the government.


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