December 1976
New Republic;12/18/76, Vol. 175 Issue 25, p2
Stresses solving inflation and inflationary expectations in the U.S. by pursuing responsible fiscal and monetary policies. Increase in wholesale prices in November; Clearance given by the Pentagon to the controversial B-1 bomber, 244 of which will cost $22.9 billion; Details of the work done by President Gerald R. Ford's government; Priorities of the next government to be formed under Jimmy Carter.


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