Musgrave, Richard A.; Heller, Peter; Peterson, George E.
June 1970
National Tax Journal;Jun70, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p140
Academic Journal
Investigates the cost effectiveness of alternative income maintenance schemes in the United States. Status of poverty and public assistance payments; Effect of present public assistance transfers and federal income tax on distribution of household income; Plans for changing budget constraints in 1966.


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