August 1962
New Republic;8/13/62, Vol. 147 Issue 6/7, p3
The article presents developments related to the politics and government in the U.S. President John F. Kennedy will delay his decision regarding whether to cut taxes. A Consumers Advisory Council has recommended that a Consumers Council should be put in place to aid consumers and avoid mistakes like the early release of thalidomide. The Organization of American States will meet to decide what to do about the political situation in Peru.


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