Beyond Recovery to Full Employment

Hansen, Alvin H.
June 1961
New Republic;6/5/61, Vol. 144 Issue 23, p9
Comments on the economic recession in the U.S. Need for a drastic remodeling of the federal tax-expenditure structure; Improvements in consumption outlays and promotion of per worker productivity; Implications on economic policy.


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