TITLE

HOW BILL CAN BLOW IT

PUB. DATE
April 1993
SOURCE
New Republic;4/26/93, Vol. 208 Issue 17, p7
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Asserts that the success of U.S. President Bill Clinton's deficit reduction program can be assess through the long-term interest rates. Reflection of the program's success and the medium of its influence; Correlation between lower interest rates and increase in investments; Investors' attitudes toward the program; Effect of trade protectionism and health care policy on the long-term interest rates; Proposal for universal medical coverage.
ACCESSION #
11929633

 

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