Should The Federal Government Guarantee A Minimum Annual Income For All U. S. Citizens? CON

Moore, Archie
October 1967
Congressional Digest;Oct67, Vol. 46 Issue 10, p253
Presents the statement given by retired light-heavyweight boxer Archie Moore published in the San Diego Union, which deals with the income maintenance program in the U.S.


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