Is The Kennedy Program of Aid For Depressed Areas Sound? CON

Robertson, A. Willis
April 1961
Congressional Digest;Apr61, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p109
Presents the views of the U.S. Senator A. Willis Robertson against the proposed federal aid program to revive economically depressed areas. Prospects leading to federal control over all industrial location or relocation in every area; Ineffectiveness of the bill and insufficiency of the funds appropriated for economic redevelopment; Other flaws of the bill.


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