Letters: Mar. 26, 1984

Deficit Feud

To the Editors:

President Reagan and Congress should stop accusing each other and start cooperating to reduce the deficit [ECONOMY & BUSINESS, March 5]. Their refusal to tackle the problem could lead the country into another recession. Martin Feldstein is the kind of economist the nation needs. Eventually he may be able to make the Administration and Congress see that America is drowning in deficits.

Robert Wood

Springfield, Ohio

Posterity is doomed by Ronald Reagan's cruel legacy: a pile of bills with interest due indefinitely.

Frank A. Zimanski

Coronado, Calif.

As a conservative...

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