Murphy, John P.; Roberts II, John B.; Muehl, Jonathan D.; Cramer, James J.; Kopp, Harry; Cox Jr., Joseph D.
January 1990
New Republic;1/29/90, Vol. 202 Issue 5, p6
Presents letters to the editor concerning politics and socioeconomics. Need to focus on topic of Midwestern populism when talking to Germans and Soviets; Peaceful transition of government in Chile; Host of ills on bear raids caused by program traders at large securities firms; Large firms' carrying out of short selling; Solution to the futures market; Market volatility due to index arbitration; Irresistibility of polemics.


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