National Affairs: Sad Subject

While the nation was dividing itself into clangorous groups of hard and soft money men last week, frantically trading theory for theory as prizefighters swap punches, a plainspoken, uncompromising young Arizonan who parts his hair in the middle and knows more about Government income & outgo than anyone else, arrived in Boston to speak a few hard facts. He was Director of the Budget Lewis Williams Douglas, addressing the annual conference of the New England Council (industrialists, businessmen). As a spokesman, he had come neither to praise the Administration's fiscal policies nor to...

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