Letters: Mar. 23, 1981

Budget Blues

To the Editors:

When the people elected Ronald Reagan, it was with the full knowledge of how he planned to cure the economic mess facing the country [March 2]. He spelled it out loud and clear. The medicine is bitter, but it may help our recovery.

Constance Beardsley West Caldwell, N.J.

A compromise is needed in enacting Reagan's programs. For two years we should defer those proposals that will have a harsh impact on the nation's poor, minorities and cities. After all, no 50-year addict can go cold turkey overnight. If Reagan...

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