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17. lappuse - President's Committee To Appraise Employment and Unemployment Statistics, "Measuring Employment and Unemployment" (Washington, Government Printing Office, 1962), ch.
10. lappuse - Kennedy in 1962 tax and expenditure policies cannot be adjusted with sufficient speed to cope with the swift changes in private demand that bring recession or inflation. Greater flexibility would be desirable. However, the main function of fiscal policy must continue to be the provision of a good supporting framework for expansion.
282. lappuse - Construction of three park restroom-utility buildings. 3. Planting trees and shrubbery on approximately 300 acres of park land. 4. Installation of sprinkler irrigation system on approximately 100 acres. These projects would probably require from 15 to 20 man-years of labor to accomplish, and are programed for construction during the next 4 years. I hope this information will be of assistance to you. Sincerely yours, DELRERT SHEARER, Director, Parks & Recreation Division.
14. lappuse - The economy should grow at the maximum rate consistent with primary dependence upon free enterprise and avoidance of marked inflation.
1. lappuse - In fact, since the enactment of §8(e), the Subcommittee on Employment and Manpower of the Senate Committee on Labor and Public Welfare...
22. lappuse - Economic Report of the President. The new emphasis on wage restraint reflects the growing inflationary pressures in most European countries and the search for methods of price restraint from the side of costs that would not entail the threat to the employment and growth goals that would come from relying only on restriction of aggregate demand through monetary and fiscal...
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20. lappuse - In the price level Is not zero but some positive number ; say. 1 or 2 percent per year because the moderate stimulus thus provided to economic activity more than offsets. In Its effects on welfare, the redistributional effects which benefit debtors at the expense of creditors and those on fixed Incomes. Contrast this view with the unqualified declaration that "rising prices are not compatible with steady growth
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