The Iron Triangle's Impact on the Federal Budget

Marotta, George
December 1984
Vital Speeches of the Day;12/1/84, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p106
Presents a speech by George Marotta, senior research fellow at Hoover Institution, delivered before the Town Hall of California on September 28, 1984. Advantage of deficit deficit; Contribution of U.S. congress, bureaucracy and lobbyists to the deficit issue; Solutions to address the deficit.


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