Washington Wire

January 1955
New Republic;1/10/55, Vol. 132 Issue 2, p2
The article presents news items related to various fields like politics and economics published in the January 1955 issue of the journal "New Republic." Dickey Nixon has been send to Latin America on a "goodwill" tour, to improve relations with democrats. It is a "goodwill tour" to improve the White House Relations with the congress; According to economists Sumner Slichter, it is difficult to understand under-employment and ill conceived fiscal policies practiced by the federal government during 1954.


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