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Harrington, Michael
January 1977
New Republic;1/22/77, Vol. 176 Issue 4, p60
Discusses various political developments taking place under the leadership of U.S. President Jimmy Carter. Assessment of the state of labor market for adult males; Views on tax reform; Need for a nationwide comprehensive health program; Problem that the man Carter appointed chairman of the Council of Economic Advisors believes in the doctrine that was so rightly scorned at Madison Square Garden.


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