Guns and Margarine

February 1978
New Republic;2/4/78, Vol. 178 Issue 5, p5
Focuses on economic policies undertaken by U.S. President Jimmy Carter. Statement of Carter on budget presented before the U.S. Congress; Priorities of Carter when he was campaigning for U.S. Presidency; Assessment of the economic priorities of Carter administration; Efforts to win the confidence of the business community; Budget allocated for defense; Disappointment over the economic and fiscal policy of the Carter administration.


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