George Soule

February 1944
New Republic;2/28/44, Vol. 110 Issue 9, p268
Focuses on the fiscal program of chairman of Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Beardsley Ruml. Proposal for reduced taxation, balanced budget, public works made by Ruml in his program; Discussion of compensatory fiscal policy; Implications of Ruml's proposal to lower tax rates to a point where they will balance the budget at an agreed level of high employment; Views of Ruml on deficit spending.


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