January 1953
New Republic;1/26/53, Vol. 128 Issue 4, p5
Presents information on governmental policies adopted by United States President Dwight D. Eisenhower, during his governmental tenure. Abandonment of bipartisanship by the new administration; Adoption of philosophy of government by the new administration named New Deal introduced by former U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt; Information on the central theme of New Deal; Insistence on orthodoxy which divides Americans into conformists and heretics and freedom of speech; Efforts of Eisenhower in basing his administration; Suggestions for the greatest assurance of administrative success; Information on Fair Deal which bequeaths to Eisenhower a $350 billion economy; Information on the military expenditures since 1951; Reports on a survey by the U.S. Department of Commerce on large companies which indicates that they have budgeted capital expenditures, in 1954, 15 percent below the 1952 rate; Information on the first Republican commitment, which is to institute a hard money policy; Information on second Republican commitment which is to cut expenditures in new business investments; Information on third Republican commitment which is to shift the burden of taxation to low-income groups.


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