Now Ford's Move

January 1975
National Review;1/17/1975, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p18
The article focuses on the economic and foreign policies of U.S. President Gerald R. Ford. The Administration has come under intense pressure to reflate the economy. Recent price indices suggest that this resistance has been accompanied by some decrease in the inflation rate. In Colorado, the President is considering a variety of options for dealing with the energy problem. A decisive action will be necessary. A variety of proposals are put forward for the exploitation of known resources and the development of new ones. Western Europe is more dependent upon oil imports than the U.S., and therefore is subject to political manipulation by Arab producers.


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