The Economy: Fire from the Left

The forces that once most ardently supported the economic policies of the Kennedy Administration are showing increasing disenchantment with the way the Administration is handling the economy. For months, a number of labor leaders, Democratic legislators and liberal economists have privately expressed their dissatisfaction, but their complaints are now breaking out into the open and causing the Administration chagrin and embarrassment.

Into a Tight Corner. Last week in Manhattan, A.F.L.-C.I.O. President George Meany called advancing automation "a curse" and repeated his call for a 35-hour week—both positions that the Administration's economists...

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