How `gang of six' fashions a budget

Goodrich, Lawrence J.
May 1997
Christian Science Monitor;5/16/97, Vol. 89 Issue 120, p1
Presents information on the budget process in the United States for 1997. Reference to the negotiations between the White House and GOP negotiators; Who took part in the negotiations; Where they were held; Criticisms and approbation at the 1997 negotiations; What the budget deal calls for.


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