March 1976
New Republic;3/27/76, Vol. 174 Issue 13, p3
The article focuses on the introduction of the Full Employment and Balanced Growth Act of 1976 in the U.S. Congress by members Hubert H. Humphrey and Augustus Hawkins. The purpose of the bill and expansion of the Employment Act of 1946 through the act is explored. The lack of final planning before presenting the bill and its objective to reorganize the government's fiscal and monetary procedures are detailed.


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