Battle of the Budget

March 1982
National Review;3/19/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 5, p270
The comments on several issues relevant to the national budget proposed by the Reagan Administration in the U.S. Key issues examined include a proposal by Senator Hollings to increase levies on taxpayers, the position taken by President Reagan on the taxation issue and government efforts to balance the federal budget.


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