March 1980
National Review;3/21/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p330
The article criticizes the federal budget policy of the U.S. Congress in line with the rising inflation rate in the country. It states the forecast on inflation rate. It comments on the increase in budget authority voted by the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee chaired by Harrison Williams. It explores the impact of the budget policy on vote-buying in the 1980 elections. Details of the increase in budget authority granted to the Child and Human Development Subcommittee, are discussed.


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