Hard Times

Osborne, John
November 1975
New Republic;11/1/75, Vol. 173 Issue 18, p7
The article reports on the difficulty of U.S. President Gerald Ford to convince his own public officials in development of new energy sources and to couple a $28 billion cut in federal taxes with a reduction of the same amount in projected federal spending. The author offers information about the speculations and suspicion concerning the purpose of the President's proposal and tax cut's positions.


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