Bauer Hits `Pentagon Bashing'

J. C.
January 1987
Education Week;1/28/1987, Vol. 6 Issue 18, p17
The article reports on the response by undersecretary of education Gary L. Bauer to the critics of the U.S. President Ronald Reagan Administration's proposed reductions in education spending. Bauer addressed the U.S. Conference of Mayors not to tell the Reagan Administration what the budget should be. In addition, Bauer also quoted on the criticism for not cutting the defense budget to reach deficit-reduction targets.


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