Congress gives noted economist Andrew Brimmer authority to oversee D.C. financial recovery

August 1997
Jet;08/18/97, Vol. 92 Issue 13, p39
Reports on the selection of economist Andrew Brimmer to head a US Congressional control board responsible for restoring political and economic stability in Washington, D.C.


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