Caring and Sharing

September 1982
National Review;9/17/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 18, p1127
The article focuses on the socio-economic developments in the U.S. under the presidency of Ronald Reagan. Many programs vital to human and economic development have been attacked by the Reagan Administration. President Reagan has vetoed an emergency spending measure and has expressed his views on unwarranted spending. It is viewed that the spending cuts have adversely affected the needy people. The Administration is advised to draw up a chart depicting the effect of new spending measures on each affected program.


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