Heller, Walter W.
October 1962
New Republic;10/20/62, Vol. 147 Issue 16, p39
Focuses on the problems of full employment policies and economic growth in the U.S. Percentage of the labor force who are unemployed; Estimated gross national product (GNP) if sufficient consumer and investment demand were generated to reduce unemployment; Effect of the elimination of discriminatory practices in employment and education on GNP.


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