January 1976
New Republic;1/3/76, Vol. 174 Issue 1/2, p7
The author reflects on the struggle between U.S. President Gerald R. Ford and the Congress over the issue of tax cuts for the year 1976. The conditions cited by the president for his approval of the tax cuts are explored. Congress's response to these conditions are examined. The author offers an analysis of the declining standard of living in the U.S.


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