Hansen, Alvin H.
October 1962
New Republic;10/20/62, Vol. 147 Issue 16, p28
Examines the economic condition of the U.S. as of October 1962. Economic goals of liberal economic thinking in the country; Risks associated in the development of tax reforms; Estimated annual average of gross private investment; Implication of cuts in income tax rates on employment.


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