Up the Flagpole

April 1977
National Review;4/15/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 14, p425
The article reports on the decision of United States President Jimmy Carter to extend the federal loan program. It focuses on the issue which arose when Carter refused to approve New York City's loan application unless it comes up with a scheme to redeem amount owed to bond-holders. It also describes the economic conditions in New York .


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