Bad Trouble

September 1979
New Republic;9/15/79, Vol. 181 Issue 11, p3
Reports on the economic recession in the United States. Percentage of the inflation and unemployment rates; Competition of the Democrats to cut taxes and stimulate the economy; Speculation of economists on the performance of the stock market.


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