The Press: Unkickable Habit

Once having savored the heady pleasures of advising the White House on how to manage the country's economy, can an economist ever kick the habit? The answer, as supplied by Henry C. Wallich, 47, who served two years on President Eisenhower's Council of Economic Advisers, seems to be no—at any rate, not so long as the nation's press gives him a sounding board.

Although he is back on his job as professor of economics at Yale, the loss of portfolio has rendered Retired Presidential Adviser Wallich anything but mute. He regularly writes editorials on...

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