Deciding to Decide

March 1975
New Republic;3/1/75, Vol. 172 Issue 9, p2
Presents information on the political and economic conditions of the U.S. as of March 1, 1975. Account of the worsening situation of unemployment in the country; Criticism of the U.S. Congress to face the economic crisis gripping the nation; Details of the State of the Union package offered by U.S. President Gerald R. Ford; Comment on the provision of separation of power in the U.S. constitution; Possible confrontation between the President and the Congress over the passing of several legislative bills.


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