The Candidates' Advice

February 1976
National Review;2/6/1976, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p75
This article focuses on the support of several economists for the political candidates of the Democratic Party in the U.S. presidential elections in 1976. Walter Heller promotes the application of the Keynesian policy in the U.S. federal government. On the other hand, Fred Harris argues that socialism can be implemented in the nation. Hence, the economic advisers of Jimmy Carter suggests that the redistribution of the income of U.S. people is advantageous. Lastly, Ronald Reagan's economists are praised for their proposals regarding the economic challenges faced by the nation.


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