Letters, Jun. 3, 1957

Pork & Foreign Aid


I am an open critic of the present Administration and of President Eisenhower. However, I think that his budget is not only justified but needed. Mr. Eisenhower's halfhearted presentation of the budget may prove to have been another costly bungle. His decision to toss it into the lap of Congress implied that he did not really believe in it.



Frantic advocates of deep cuts are, not so strangely, very quiet on one sure way to reduce federal spending by millions of dollars. Federal pork-barrel appropriations for...

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