Business: Tips from Experts at the Top

RICHARD NIXON'S critics often charge that the President is remote from the real world, surrounded by overly protective aides who screen out notes of dissent. To determine just what the outside experts are saying about the economy—and what should be done—TIME correspondents last week interviewed corporate chiefs, trade union leaders and economists. A sampling of opinions: LEONARD WOODCOCK, president of the United Auto Workers. "The best thing that can happen to reverse the inflation is to spur the economy. For that, we should move up the tax cuts already authorized for 1972...

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