Travel: Subsidy for Visitors

In its efforts to ease the U.S. balance of payments problem, the Johnson Administration proposed legislation several weeks ago that would make it more difficult for U.S. citizens to travel outside the Western Hemisphere. Now, in the same cause, the Administration is proposing to make it easier for foreign travelers to come to the U.S.

A 21-member, Johnson-appointed task force, headed by Robert M. McKinney, publisher of the Santa Fe New Mexican and former U.S. Ambassador to Switzerland, last week issued a report that recommended, among other things, what amounts to a...

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