NEW ADMINISTRATION: Three for the Money

NEW ADMINISTRATION Three for the Money

One of the soggiest spots in the New Deal and Fair Deal Administrations was the fiscal area, where both Franklin Roosevelt and Harry Truman were prone to appoint professor-type economic theorists and ward-type politicians. Last week there were clear and specific indications of a solid change in attitude under the new Administration. They came as Dwight Eisenhower's New York headquarters announced the appointment of three men as top assistants to Secretary of the Treasury George M. Humphrey. Flanking the new Secretary, who has demonstrated his own ability in the field of fiscal policy, will be...

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