POLICY: Seeking Relief from a Massive Migraine

The U.S. is afflicted by a massive economic migraine, and more than 200 million Americans know too well just how much it hurts. Their incomes, savings and life-styles are being assailed by a whole group of aches and pains. There is feverish inflation, constriction of credit and throbbingly high interest rates. The stock market has scarcely been so shaky since 1929. Just about everybody who buys, sells, borrows or invests has that overall feeling of unease. And there is no fast, fast relief in sight.

The attack of problems seems to be almost...

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