Labor and the economy in 1971

Knobloch, Merv
January 1972
Monthly Labor Review;Jan72, Vol. 95 Issue 1, p15
Academic Journal
Examines outcomes of U.S. President Richard Nixon's economic policy in 1971. Controls on wages, prices and rents; Nixon's attempts to dampen inflation ignited by the escalation of the Vietnam War; Effects of controls on productivity and costs; Labor-related provisions of Nixon's policy.


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