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Author United States. Congress. Senate.

Title 1975 midyear review of the economy. Report of the Joint Economic Committee, Congress of the United States, together with supplemental and minority views. October 9 (legislative day, September 11), 1975. Printed for the use of the Joint Economic Committee. [October 9 (legislative day, September 11), 1975. -- Ordered to be printed with illustrations.]. [electronic resource]

Published Washington, DC, 1975


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 66 p. : illustrations, tables.
Series United States congressional serial set; serial set no. 13098-1
Senate report / 94th Congress, 1st session. Senate ; no. 425
United States. Congress. Senate. Report ; 94-425
Notes Table of contents, p. III.
Appendix, p. 35.
Supplemental views of Vice Chairman Wright Patman, p. 37.
Supplemental views of Senator William Proxmire, p. 39.
Supplemental views of Representative Henry S. Reuss, p. 41.
Supplemental views of Senator Lloyd Bentsen, p. 43.
Minority views, p, 45.
Supplemental views of Senator Jacob K. Javits, p. 59.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Chester, Vt.: NewsBank, inc., 2009. Available via the World Wide Web. Access restricted to Readex U.S. Congressional Serial Set subscribers.
Usage Terms Copyright 2009 by NewsBank, Inc. All rights reserved.
Other author Bentsen, Lloyd Millard, Jr., 1921-2006. Democrat (TX)
Humphrey, Hubert Horatio, Jr., 1911-1978. Democrat (MN)
Javits, Jacob Koppel, 1904-1986. Republican (NY)
Patman, John William Wright, 1893-1976. Democrat (TX)
Proxmire, William, 1915-2005. Democrat (WI)
Reuss, Henry Schoellkopf, 1912-2002. Democrat (WI)
United States. Congress. Joint Economic Committee. (1956- )
Subject Auditing.
Budget deficits.
Economic conditions.
Energy prices.
Federal aid.
Food prices.
Inflation (Finance)
Job creation.
Public service employment.